Intergenerational transmission of poverty is a form of chronic poverty. The initial hypothesis is that children from poor households have a tendency to return poor as adults. This is due to the closed opportunity to utilize the resources available to children from poor households compared to children who are not. By using the McNemar test, we proved that in the 1993-2014 there was a transmission of poverty in Indonesia, or in other words poverty eradication has not been successful. Various factors affecting the transmission of poverty in Indonesia were analyzed using multinomial logit. Influential factors are education and health, ownership of movable assets such as agricultural land, motor vehicles, and the existence of school facilities.