As of 2021, around 25 percent of 40-year-old Americans are not married — the highest percentage ever recorded. While divorce rates have plummeted from their early 1980s high, fewer people are choosing to marry in the first place.
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Are Family and Faith Staging a Comeback?

Despite troubling societal trends like a decline in marriage and a baby bust, proponents of family and faith find cause for optimism, citing evidence that their values contribute to well-being. Research suggests that religious involvement correlates with various positive outcomes, from lower mortality rates to greater happiness.

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