36% of Americans say that more young adults living with their parents is bad for society, while 16% say it is good for society.
A quarter of U.S. adults ages 25 to 34 resided in a multigenerational family household in 2021, up from 9% in 1971.
Nearly four-in-ten men ages 25 to 29 now live with older relatives.
47% of U.S. adults say single women raising children on their own is generally a bad thing for society, an increase of 7 points since 2018.
Indians nearly universally say it is important for women to have the same rights as men, including eight-in-ten who say this is very important.
Indians accept women as political leaders, but many favor traditional gender roles in family life.
The reasons Americans without children don't expect to have them range from just not wanting to have kids to concerns about climate change.
The 2020 census counted 126.8 million occupied households, representing 9% growth over the 116.7 million households counted in the 2010 census.
On key economic outcomes, single adults at prime working age increasingly lag behind those who are married or cohabiting
The pandemic has presented challenges and obstacles for many Americans, but one group has been getting a lot of attention lately: moms.