Almost two-thirds of Vermont’s children under age 18 live in two-parent households, and over a third have other living arrangements[1].

Return to the Table of Contents for the 2019 How Are Vermont’s Young Children and Families? report.

1. Census: U.S. Census Bureau. (2018). Tables B09001: Population under 18 years by age; B09002: Own children under 18 years by family type and age; and B09018: Relationship to householder for children under 18 years in households. Vermont (2013-2017).  American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates.