And here's the commentary:
The dramatic changes that have taken place in family living arrangements have no doubt contributed to the growing share of children living at the economic margins...The economic outcomes for these different types of families vary dramatically. In 2014, 31% of children living in single-parent households were living below the poverty line, as were 21% of children living with two cohabiting parents. By contrast, only one-in-ten children living with two married parents were in this circumstance. In fact, more than half (57%) of those living with married parents were in households with incomes at least 200% above the poverty line, compared with just 21% of those living in single-parent households.I have touched on this topic before, but every time I see new data, it hits me over the head again that we are creating problems for ourselves unnecessarily, by increasingly deciding to have children without the benefit to the children of having both parents around.