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National Center for Children in Poverty Statistics

Wednesday, February 22, 2012   (0 Comments)
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NCCP Update, February 2012

Basic Facts 2010

Census numbers for 2010 reveal that the official child poverty rate in the United States has increased for a fourth year in a row; more Americans lack health insurance; and nationwide, incomes are stagnant. These fact sheets, which are an update to the series based on the 2010 American Community Survey (ACS), describes the demographic, socio-economic, and geographic characteristics of children and their parents – highlighting the important factors that appear to distinguish low-income and poor children from their less disadvantaged counterparts.

Basic Facts about Low-income Children, 2010:
Children Under Age 18
Children Aged 12 through 17
Children Aged 6 through 11
Children Under Age 6
Children Under Age 3


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