The Poorest County in Arizona: Apache

Another county with a large population of American Indians, Apache county has the 14th highest poverty rate of the counties on our list. Apache county is quite rural, with only 6.4 people per square mile. The terrain is quite beautiful as the county is home to Petrified Forest National Park and Apache National Forest. If you've been to the Four Corners and stood on the Arizona side of that monument, you were standing in Apache.

Poverty Rate: 34.5%

Poverty Rate of Kids Under 18: 41.8%

Median Household Income: $30,651

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