Well I don't know it all but here is what I do know, Source Citydata:
The majority of people living in Manchester per 2007 data make less than 10,000 dollars per year.
The majority of people living in Manchester 2007 rent and do not own property and pay on average 400-450 per month.
The majority of males 25 and over have dropped out of high school or have attained the GED. The lowest percentile have no college education.
For females graduating HS the numbers are even worse, with females not graduating outweighing those who get their GED.
Unemployment for Ohio is at 11% Adams County at almost 16% and Manchester likely 20% counting those who are not actively working, not reporting work or disabled. his is nearly double the national average.
1% of Manchester's homes lack plumbing facilities.
2% lack kitchen facilities.
For ages 21-64 there are more people in Manchester declaring a disability than any other worker.
Other than construction, beverage industry employs the most people in this town.
For 2006, last statistical date, there were 335 assaults, 383 burglaries, 431 thefts. Out of a population of around 2100 people.
Almost 10% of people are unmarried but living together.
Residents with income below the poverty level is 23%, nearly twice as much as the state average.
Residents 50% below poverty level is 10%, also double the state average.
Children below poverty level is 46% with state average only 18%
We can go on but I think this is enough. I will check out the statistics for inner city Harlem New York and see if they have better stats.