By Chris Caraveo, Independent News Media, August 12, 2019
Children are the future adults of the world, and some countries are doing more to help their youth better than others.
August is Child Support Awareness Month, and with the U.S. having the seventh highest child poverty rate among economically-developed countries, personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2019’s States with the Most Underprivileged Children.
Arizona has the 11th most underprivileged children, per the report. Among the 50 states, New Mexico has the most, followed by West Virginia and Mississippi. New Jersey has the least underprivileged children.