A study by Ohio State University's Department of Sociology found that more white and Asian children live among dual-income households than black and hispanic children, who have a higher percentage living with grandparents. Almost one-quarter of black children live with their single, never-married mother. Read related article.

Source: ”Divergent Paths of American Families” report, Department of Sociology at Ohio State University | Cristina Rivero/The Washington Post September 11, 2013
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