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"Extended Measures of Well-Being: Meeting Basic Needs, 1995," a recently published population report, examines demographic data from the Survey of Income and Program Participation. It concludes that one in five people had difficulty meeting basic needs, such as food, shelter, and health care, in 1995 and found that "more than one quarter of children (29 percent) lived in a household in which someone reported difficulty meeting at least one basic need." Substantial correlative data is given concerning race, gender, region, employment, income, educational attainment, and other typical demographic categories.
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