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It completely depends on your state and agency. Some allow sharing rooms, some do not. Some have certain requirements for the size of the room. Some have requirements for ages of children who can share a room.
In Alabama it is legal for children to share rooms. There are requirements on ages though. And they must be same sex unless the child is 3 or under.
They'll interview you and anyone else in the house individually. They'll ask a LOT of personal questions. So those things will come up. But I don't think they'll "go against you." I always say that they are looking to "rule you IN" not out. They want you to pass.