Noncash support received by custodial parents in the U.S. in 2016

Noncash support received by custodial parents in the United States in 2016

Noncash support received by custodial parents in the U.S. in 2016 This statistic shows the noncash support that custodial parents received from the other parent in the United States in 2016. In 2016, about 33.1 percent of custodial parents received noncash support in form of food and groceries.
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Noncash support received by custodial parents in the United States in 2016

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Percentage of custodial parents
At least one type of support61.3%
Birthday, holiday, or other gifts57.7%
Clothes, diapers, shoes, etc.45%
Food or groceries33.1%
Pay for medical expenses20%
Pay for child care or summer camp12.5%
Percentage of custodial parents
At least one type of support61.3%
Birthday, holiday, or other gifts57.7%
Clothes, diapers, shoes, etc.45%
Food or groceries33.1%
Pay for medical expenses20%
Pay for child care or summer camp12.5%
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This statistic shows the noncash support that custodial parents received from the other parent in the United States in 2016. In 2016, about 33.1 percent of custodial parents received noncash support in form of food and groceries.
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