Food insufficiency in families with children increased after expiration of Child Tax Credit monthly payments | Economic Policy Institute

Amidst the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and increased inflation, 15% of households with children reported food insufficiency in March–April 2022. The reports of food insufficiency—sometimes or often not having enough food to eat in the past week—are from the nationally representative Household Pulse Survey (HPS), an internet survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Food insufficiency…

Source: Guest post: Food insufficiency in families with children increased after expiration of Child Tax Credit monthly payments | Economic Policy Institute

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