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53% of nonprofits with government contracts or grants froze or reduced employee salaries in 2012

53% of nonprofits with government contracts or grants froze or reduced employee salaries in 2012

Governments often limit what these nonprofits can spend on general overhead or administrative costs.

Source: 2014, National Study of Nonprofit-Government Contracts and Grants 2013: State Profiles
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22.4% of Americans without a high school degree received SNAP or cash aid in 2010

22.4% of Americans without a high school degree received SNAP or cash aid in 2010

Only 3.2 percent of Americans with bachelor’s degrees received aid in 2010 – still more than double the pre-recession rate.

Source: 2012, Receipt of Assistance by Education
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A ruling for the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell means 8.2 million more uninsured Americans

It would also eliminate $28.8 billion in tax credits and cost-sharing reductions in 2016 for 9.3 million people.

Source: 2015, The Implications of a Supreme Court Finding for the Plaintiff in King vs. Burwell: 8.2 Million More Uninsured and 35% Higher Premiums
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ARMs accounted for as much as 29% of new originations during the peak of the housing bubble

ARMs accounted for as much as 29% of new originations during the peak of the housing bubble

Adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) fell to a historic low of 1 percent in 2009, and now consist of 6 percent of total originations.

Source: 2014, Housing Finance At A Glance: A Monthly Chartbook
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Men born from 1940-44 reached the peak college–high school earnings gap— $31,000— at age 50

Men born from 1940-44 reached the peak college–high school earnings gap— $31,000— at age 50

But the trajectory of the earnings gap is shifting. For those born between 1970 and 1974,  it was that high at age 32.

Source: 2014, Educational Attainment and Earnings Inequality among US-Born Men: A Lifetime Perspective
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In 2012, nonprofits lost 105 donors for every 100 gained

In 2012, nonprofits lost 105 donors for every 100 gained

That year, nonprofits experienced negative growth in donors: gains of 866,000 were offset by losses of 909,000.

Source: 2013, 2013 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report
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