Maine is arguably the most beautiful state in the country. The beautiful rocky coast, the western mountains and everyplace in between. However, Maine isn't one of the most wealthiest states in the country. 14.1% of Mainers live below the poverty line, that is actually lower than the national average of 15.9%. Based on the 2014 American Community Survey from Census.gov, these are the ten poorest towns in Maine.

10. Anson 25.9% below the poverty line.

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9. Cherryfield 26% below the poverty line.

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8. Garland 26.4 % below the poverty line.

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7. Athens 26.5% below the poverty line.

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6. Saint David 27% below poverty line.

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5. Springfield 28.8 % below the poverty line.

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4. Princeton 29.1% below the poverty line.

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3. Danforth 33.1% below the poverty line.

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2. Lubec 33.7% below the poverty line.

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1. Perry 35.1% below the poverty line.

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