Special Report

States Where the Most Children Live in Poverty

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20. Indiana
> Child poverty rate: 17.6%
> Median family income, households with children: $70,859 (17th lowest)
> Share of households with children receiving SNAP benefits: 4.9% (20th lowest)

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19. Nevada
> Child poverty rate: 17.6%
> Median family income, households with children: $67,738 (12th lowest)
> Share of households with children receiving SNAP benefits: 5.7% (20th highest)

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18. Florida
> Child poverty rate: 18.7%
> Median family income, households with children: $65,053 (9th lowest)
> Share of households with children receiving SNAP benefits: 6.1% (12th highest)

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17. New York
> Child poverty rate: 18.7%
> Median family income, households with children: $83,272 (16th highest)
> Share of households with children receiving SNAP benefits: 5.6% (22nd highest)

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16. Michigan
> Child poverty rate: 18.8%
> Median family income, households with children: $73,187 (22nd lowest)
> Share of households with children receiving SNAP benefits: 5.6% (23rd highest)

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