For the first time in nearly a decade, the number of households on food stamps dropped to below 20 million.
Apparently the winning continues under President Trump as the latest data released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture indicated that the number of households on food stamps in February 2018 dropped to 19,992,124. . .
This figure represent the first time the numbers have dropped below the 20 million mark since September 2010, when 19,979,385 households were enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Breitbart reported. . .
The low level is not only a record in number of households but the number of people enrolled in food stamps has also declined. Overall food stamp enrollment decreased from 40,640,170 to 40,032,131 just from January to February 2018. . .
A record one in five American households were on food stamps in 2013, according to USDA data, which revealed that the numbers had increased to that 20 percent level under former President Obama. The cost of the SNAP program was also at an all-time high.
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Food stamp households drop below 20 million for first time since 2010
Unlike Obama, Trump measures success by how many people get OFF government assistance, not sign up for government benefits!
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 12, 2018
This is wonderful!!! Everyone's self-esteem goes up when they're able to work 4 themselves and not have to rely on government.
— 🇺🇸GigiFreedGirl (@ferree_g) June 13, 2018
https://t.co/xZaNkkFhGe unbelievable what he did in such a short time! ✌✌👏👏👏
— Elena (@Imlacerci) June 12, 2018
(Read more from “Under Trump, Food Stamp Use Dropped to Lowest in 8 Years” HERE)