Illinois’ poverty rate isn’t moving despite countless efforts to change it in the past 50 years. That’s according to a new report by the Chicago-based Social IMPACT Research Center . About 15-percent of state residents live below the federal poverty line -- about the same percentage as in 1960. The report says the poverty rate is a reflection of the state's loss of manufacturing jobs. It also shows that a higher percentage of Illinois children live in poverty now than 50 years ago.