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# Study: Unwed Mothers Account for Nearly Half of First Births in US

After looking at http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_09_3YR_S1702&prodType=table , I see what he is trying to present now. His graph should have a comparison bar next to it to explain that 62.9% of single-parent, female-headed families are above the poverty line, and 93.2% of families with married couples are above the poverty line. Also, taken in the context of 100% of families, marriage drops the probably of children in poverty by 30.3% (37.1/100 - 6.8/100), not 82% (the 6.8 isn't a percentage of 37.1, it's still a percentage of 100).
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# Study: Unwed Mothers Account for Nearly Half of First Births in US

Why isn't anyone pointing out that the graphs only show 43.9% of families with children that are poor? 37.1% of families that are poor are headed by single-parent females. 6.8% of families that are poor are headed by married, two-parent families? What are the rest of the families that are poor? Single-parent males and married three-or-more parent families?
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