The New York Times has used recent census data to map poverty across the country.

The poverty thresholds for 2012 are $23,283 for a family of four and $11,945 for an individual under 65. 

According to the Times, the highest poverty rates in Hawaii include areas in Waianae on Oahu and portions of Hilo and Puna on the Big Island.


Photo: Map of poverty. (The New York Times)

—Chad Blair