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... "Since 1960, there has been an 850 percent increase in the number of cohabiting couples who live with children," they report. "An estimated 40 ...
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... together myth have soared from 430,000 in 1960 to 5 million today. Cohabitation is the dominant way male-female unions are formed- not marriage. Only 2.2 ...
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... three million. Why? Many who were children of divorce, fear marriage. Cohabitation has soared 14-fold from 530,000 in 1970 to 7.5 million now. ...
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... or the separated. Why is there such a plunge in the marriage rate? Cohabitation has soared 10-fold- from 540,000 in 1970 to 5,081 ...
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... are living with someone of the opposite sex? In America 4.2 million adults are cohabiting at any moment of time. Over a year's time, probably six or ...
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... time to report progress on how 228 communities took steps to reduce their divorce and cohabitation rates and increase marriage rates. In addition to writing this column, my ...
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... that fell to only 48% in 2015. Only 430,000 couples were cohabiting in 1960, but 19 times as many- 8 million were living together ...
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... What's not known is that the marriage rate has plunged 39 percent since 1970. Cohabitation has soared to 5 million couples, diverting millions from getting married at all ...
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... trim another. Consider two teachers earning $26,000 each, who are cohabiting. If they marry, they suddenly have to pay higher taxes for two ...
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... not faring well. Marriage rates have plunged 57% since 1970. Why? Cohabitation has soared 18-fold to 7.9 million couples living together in 2014. While 59 ...
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