Hunger in Oregon is high across the board
… [R]esearchers were surprised to note higher hunger rates in groups that are typically less susceptible. Two-parent families reported a 7.3 percent hunger rate, compared to 2 percent in other states for the same category.

And the study found significantly higher rates of food insecurity among households with one or two full-time working adults. Those groups had a hunger rate of 5.5 percent, compared to the national average of 2 percent.


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