There were nearly two million of all households rating 11% in this position.
Wait a minute... 2 million households rated 11% in WHAT position? This part is unclear.
The couple families were ostensibly in better off with lower poverty levels for couples with children, and the ones without children by 12 and and 7% respectively.
The families of single aged adult in 6% were more than the aged couples with 4%. ---I made a small change, but what you mean here is still a little unclear.
This ending is good and clear:
In general, the table suggests that households of single adult and those with children were more likely to be living in poverty than those consisting of couple.