Distribution of children to U.S. women as of 2011-2015, by poverty level

Percentage of U.S. women aged 20 to 44 who had a select number of children as of 2011-2015, by percent of federal poverty level

Distribution of children to U.S. women as of 2011-2015, by poverty level This statistic displays the distribution of children to U.S. women aged 20 to 44 years as of 2011-2015, by percent of federal poverty level. According to the data, among women that were 0-149 percent of the federal poverty level, 25 percent had no children.
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Percentage of U.S. women aged 20 to 44 who had a select number of children as of 2011-2015, by percent of federal poverty level

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0-149 percent FPL25%20.3%22.9%18.5%13.3%
150-299 percent FPL36.4%18.6%24.9%14.7%5.3%
300 percent FPL or more46%19.5%22.6%9.3%2.6%
NoneOneTwoThreeFour or more
0-149 percent FPL25%20.3%22.9%18.5%13.3%
150-299 percent FPL36.4%18.6%24.9%14.7%5.3%
300 percent FPL or more46%19.5%22.6%9.3%2.6%
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This statistic displays the distribution of children to U.S. women aged 20 to 44 years as of 2011-2015, by percent of federal poverty level. According to the data, among women that were 0-149 percent of the federal poverty level, 25 percent had no children.
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