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North Dakota Families Face Food Hardship During COVID-19
A new analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau's Household Pulse Survey of North Dakota families with children shows:

  • One-third to one-half of ND families with children report food insufficiency in the past 7 days
  • Families reported that children were not getting enough to eat was "often the case" in 1-15% of families, and "sometimes the case" in 19-43% of families with children who reported recent food insufficiency
  • 5 - 31% of families were "not at all confident" that they would be able to afford food over the next 4 weeks, and 21-40% were only "somewhat confident" that they would be able to afford food over the next 4 weeks
  • Where are North Dakota families finding food help? Read a summary analysis of findings


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