Child food insecurity in Texas
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Child food insecurity
Definitions: Number and percentage of children estimated to be food insecure. A child (under 18 years old) is defined as being food insecure if he or she lives in a household having difficult meeting basic food needs, as defined by the Census Bureau's Current Population Survey.
Footnotes: Updated November 2022.
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