Those with at least one foreign-born parent were more likely to live with two parents but didn’t fare as well economically. While the majority of children under 18 in the United States lived with native-born parents in 2019 (69.7%), over a quarter (26.3%) lived with at least one foreign-born parent, according to a new U.S. Census Bureau report.. "/>
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