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The Hill: More Americans living alone as milestones slip later in life

In the previous decade, the number of Americans who live alone has jumped 4 million to 37 million one-person U.S. households in 2021 - representing 28 percent of all households across the country and 15 percent of the total U.S. population. The Hill interviewed Carsey School Senior Demographer Ken... Read More

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