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The worsening state of poverty among rural farmers in Nigeria's Cross River State has attracted great concern from government and its agencies but farmers' perception of poverty and welfare is little understood. In this study, it was determined whether and how the social variables of income, healthcare and education affect farmers' perception of poverty and welfare in Boki Local government area. Primary data were derived from one hundred (100) respondents, randomly drawn from the study areadoi:10.5281/zenodo.1325670 fatcat:rubclmkpevbnfpda4nj4cdzcta