Zero: The number of counties in the entirety of the United States in which "a minimum wage earner can support a family."
[T]here isn't a single county in which a minimum wage can match the local cost of living [for a household with one parent supporting a non-working spouse and two-children]. In some counties, such as Marin County near San Francisco or Prince Williams County in Virginia, the breadwinner of this household would have to bring in upwards of $20 more per hour to support his or her family.Only in parts of Washington state is it possible for a single adult to make slightly more than the cost of living.
Things are tough for a single parent with one child, too. The living wage is higher than the minimum wage in every state.
This is what class warfare looks like.