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This factsheet provides an analysis of week 34 (July 21, 2021 – August 2, 2021) of the U.S. Census Bureau Household Pulse Survey measuring the social and economic impact of COVID-19 on households. It shows:

  • Asian, non-Hispanic women, Black, non-Hispanic women, and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men or women to be in households that received an advance Child Tax Credit payment.
  • Black, non-Hispanic women and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men or women to be in households facing food insufficiency.
  • Asian, non-Hispanic women, Black, non-Hispanic women, and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men or women to be in households that have lost employment income in the last four weeks.
  • Black, non-Hispanic women, and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men or women to be behind on their rent payments.
  • Black, non-Hispanic women and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men or women to be behind on their mortgage payments.
  • Among those in households with children under 12, Asian, non-Hispanic women, Black, non-Hispanic women, and Latinas were more likely than white, non-Hispanic men to report that children in the household did not have child care in the last four weeks.
Published On: September 7, 2021Associated Issues: Data on Poverty & IncomeIncome Security
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