About 3 percent of each population in Hampton Bays, Westhampton Beach and Quogue use food stamps to supplement their grocery purchases.
According to the U.S. Census Department American Community Survey Estimates, a total of 275 people in Hampton Bays, Westhampton Beach and Quogue have reported receiving food stamps in the past 12 months.
No families in East Quogue, Quiogue, West Hampton Dunes, or Westhampton reported using food stamps during that same time period.
In Hampton Bays, of the 6450 households, 229 or 3.55 percent of the population are receiving food stamps. 179 of them are classified as white households, 37 hispanic.
In the Village of Quogue, 3.07 percent of the population is getting food stamps. Of the 8 households of a total 260 receiving them, three are white and 5 are classified as American Indian.
And in the Village of Westhampton Beach, Of the 1015 households, 38 or 3.74 percent of the population are using food stamps; all of them white households.
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- 2010 Census: Population Rises in East Quogue and Hampton Bays
- 2010 Census: Hispanic Population on the Rise in Western Southampton
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