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Sixty-one percent of children in low-income households are rent-burdened

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KIDS COUNT Data Center. 2020. “Children in Low-Income Households with a High Housing Cost Burden in the United States.” Baltimore: Annie E. Casey Foundation. Updated December 2020. https://datacenter.kidscount.org/data/tables/71-children-in-low-income-households-with-ahigh-housing-cost-burden?loc=1&loct=1#detailed/1/any/false/871,870,573,869,36,868,867,133,38,35/any/376,377. A family is considered rent-burdened when at least 30 percent of its income is spent on rent.

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