U.S. - distribution of children by family structure and race 2021

Distribution of child population in the United States in 2021, by family structure and race

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Release date

September 2022

Region

United States

Survey time period

2021

Age group

0-17 years

Supplementary notes

In this table, “two parents” reflects all children who have both a mother and father identified in the household, including biological, step, and adoptive parents. Before 2007, “mother only” and “father only” included some children who lived with two unmarried parents. Beginning in 2007, “mother only” and “father only” refer to children for whom only one parent in the household has been identified, whether biological, step, or adoptive.

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