Florida fared poorly in a recent analysis and ranking of U.S. states when it comes to social and economic conditions for children. The 2015’s Best & Worst States for Underprivileged Children report, from the personal finance website, WalletHub.com, ranks Florida 45th in the nation overall. The report ranks Florida 43rd when it comes to the rate of children experiencing food insecurity and 47th for the percentage of children without health insurance. As August marks National Child Support Awareness Month, we’ll take a closer look at the report’s findings as we explore conditions for underprivileged kids in the Sunshine State.
Jill Gonzalez, Spokeswoman for WalletHub.com
TBA, Representative of the Florida Coalition for Children