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Fact check: Rep. Carter did not vote to raise taxes - azcentral.com

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Tracking a 'zombie' stat: PunditFact dissects an inaccurate statistic on women and poverty

Our partners at PunditFact were intrigued by this claim made by Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, on ABC’s Sunday show This Week: "70 percent of the people living in abject poverty are women." The problem: That statistic isn't accurate. So where did it come from, and why does it keep getting repeated?

Tracking a 'zombie' stat: PunditFact dissects an inaccurate statistic on women and poverty

Our partners at PunditFact were intrigued by this claim made by Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, on ABC’s Sunday show This Week: "70 percent of the people living in abject poverty are women." The problem: That statistic isn't accurate. So where did it come from, and why does it keep getting repeated?

Tracking a 'zombie' stat: PunditFact dissects an inaccurate statistic on women and poverty

Our partners at PunditFact were intrigued by this claim made by Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, on ABC’s Sunday show This Week: "70 percent of the people living in abject poverty are women." The problem: That statistic isn't accurate. So where did it come from, and why does it keep getting repeated?

Tracking a 'zombie' stat: PunditFact dissects an inaccurate statistic on women and poverty

Our partners at PunditFact were intrigued by this claim made by Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, on ABC’s Sunday show This Week: "70 percent of the people living in abject poverty are women." The problem: That statistic isn't accurate. So where did it come from, and why does it keep getting repeated?

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