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Industrial poverty alleviation is a fundamental solution to achieve stable poverty alleviation for poor households, and is a fundamental guarantee to reduce poverty vulnerability and eliminate poverty-causing factors. This study selects data from the China Labor Force Dynamics Survey (CLDS), estimates poverty vulnerability using the vulnerability theory of expected poverty, and quantitatively analyzes the degree of impact of industrial poverty alleviation on poverty vulnerability by combining the double difference method and propensity score matching method. The results show that (1) from a prospective perspective, the implementation of industrial poverty alleviation policies reduces the poverty vulnerability of poor households by about 14%, lowering their likelihood of falling into poverty in the future; (2) in terms of regional location, industrial poverty alleviation improves the poverty vulnerability of poor households to a slightly higher extent in eastern China than in central and western China. Based on this, this study proposes relevant policy recommendations to provide implications for the next adjustment of industrial poverty alleviation policies and the effective implementation of rural revitalization.