Rise in children of lone parents living in poverty

Katy Morton
Monday, July 4, 2022

The number of children in lone parent families in relative poverty is almost double that of children living in two-parent families, reveals new research.

More children in lone parent families are now living in relative poverty, while families with young children are particularly vulnerable to the cost in living crisis, according to two separate pieces of research, PHOTO Adobe Stock
More children in lone parent families are now living in relative poverty, while families with young children are particularly vulnerable to the cost in living crisis, according to two separate pieces of research, PHOTO Adobe Stock

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