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Report: What's the poorest town in Missouri?

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A report by 24/7 Wall Street shows the poorest places in Missouri and other states.

24/7 Wall Street examined median annual household income in more than 2,600 cities, towns, villages and Census-designated places to find the poorest areas in the country.

Eastern Missouri town Fredericktown, with a population of around 4,000 people, is the poorest place in Missouri, according to the list.

The town's median household income is $24,640, compared with the state average of $51,542. Also, the poverty rate is 28.9%, compared with 14.6% at the state level.

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