According to the Census data: She and Her Children Do Not Live in Poverty One single parent family in poverty is one too many, but according to the U. Census data, poverty isn't the norm for most single parent families.However, custodial single mothers and their children are twice as likely to live in poverty as the general population.
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According to the Census: While these numbers give a snapshot, they don't tell the real story about what it means to be a single parent.
For every story you hear about a single mom or dad abusing government benefits or living up to some other negative stereotype, remember that those behaviors don't reflect the reality most single parent families face.