Kids can pick up on whether their friends have got much money, a survey says. We asked what you thought. Nancy said poorer kids "cannot afford school bags and jumpers."
The survey said that whether or not kids go on school trips is an issue. Khajal said poorer children "miss out on the journeys we go on because they're quite expensive."
Kids reckon they know how wealthy other children are based on the things they have. Rohit said: "Poorer kids miss out on TV, consoles, music and computers."
The survey aims to help stamp out child poverty. Tayfor told us about some of the signs. "They have old uniforms, old trainers, old watches and ripped shirts," he said.