Women confront higher rates of poverty than men in all 50 states, according to a new report out from the Institute of Women’s Policy Research . This, despite the fact that women have an edge in education, with young women significantly more likely to finish college than their male peers.

The data shows that 15.5 percent of women live in poverty in the United States, compared to 11.9 percent of men. Women of color are particularly vulnerable, with Native American, Hispanic and Black women more than twice as likely to live in poverty as white women.