North Dakota Compass provides a look at the 3 phases of the data collection in their “Data Visualizations” project.

from Ehrens Consulting

Overarching pieces of information from the survey specifically for North Dakota:

  • Food insufficiency was more prevalent in households with children than in households without children prior to the pandemic.
  • Food insufficiency increased during the pandemic.
  • Affordability was most frequently reported as a reason for not having enough to eat. 
  • Households with children were three times more likely to have received free groceries or free meals.
  • School programs with free meals were the predominant source of support for meals and groceries for households with children.
  • See the results for the Pulse survey “Food Insufficiency” measure here.