A new study claims one-in-three young adults in the United States will never marry. Writing for the Institute for Family Studies (IFS), Lyman Stone said these are close to the lowest levels ever observed for marriage rates.
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The Case for Saying ‘I Do’

Historically, most American adults were married — more than two-thirds as recently as 1970. But the married share has crept downward, and today only about half of adults are married.

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