A new survey that counts women having children, has one result that invoulves poverty. The US Census Bureau released the results. Among the results it shows that more women between the ages of 40 and 44 are childless. One result was on our topic, stating a rise in numbers of childbirths in poverty. - Kale
Differences among states also emerged. California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, New York and New Jersey had a greater percentage of foreign-born women who became mothers in 2006. A bigger share of women in the Southeast and Southwest who gave birth in the year prior to the survey did so in poverty.
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