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In 1947, 22% of households in the U.S. were non-married or non-family households. What is this percentage today?

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Currently, 52% of households in the U.S. are non-married or non-family households. Among people who are married, the poverty rate is 6%, as compared to 18% for people who are divorced, and 21% for people who have never married.

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