Here's a look at the states where the most people are going hungry, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service.
Low food security: 16.1%Very low food security: 7.1%
Low food security: 16.2%Very low food security: 6.9%
Low food security homes: 16.6%Very low food security homes: 6.7%
Low food security homes: 16.7%Very low food security homes: 7.6%
Low food security homes: 16.9%Very low food security homes: 6.5%
5. North Carolina
Low food security homes: 17.0%Very low food security homes: 5.5%
Low food security homes: 17.9%Very low food security homes: 6.8% (7th highest)
Low food security homes: 18.4%Very low food security homes: 6.2%
Low food security homes: 19.7%Very low food security homes: 8.1%
Low food security homes: 20.9%Very low food security homes: 6.9%
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Denver District Attorney's Office
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