Of the 436 Congressional Districts (including the District of Columbia), 311 had a food hardship rate of 15 percent or higher. In 139 of them the rate was 20 percent or higher. Practically every Congressional District in the country had more than a tenth of respondents reporting food hardship.
So the 1-in-5 isn't universal -- but it is f*cking shameful.
And no pick-a-small-detail-while-missing-the-point right whinger can say it isn't!
FOAD, Sawzaw! You belong with the epithet-shouting, spitting-on-people Tea Klux Klan, and, on any blog, would be treated to "Don't feed the troll" posts. Here, you just stink up the place.