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Indiana Scores Low in Child Poverty

(Washington D.C.) - According to a new survey by Wallet Hub, one out of every five children live in poverty in Indiana.


According to the survey, Indiana ranks 21st among states with the highest child poverty rates. In addition, Indiana is 14th for infant mortality rate and 1st for the number of children in foster care.


The survey also shows one of every seven children in the United States is living in poverty. Wallet Hub is a personal finance website based in Washington, D.C.

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