As of 2021, 25% of 40-year-olds in the United States had never been married, a significant increase from 20% in 2010.
In 2022, single women owned 58% of the nearly 35.2 million homes owned by unmarried Americans, while single men owned 42%.
36% of Americans who are divorced, separated or widowed say they have ever used a dating site or app; 16% of married adults say the same.
The percentage of single Americans who are looking for a relationship or casual dates is lower than in 2019, especially among men.
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.
On key economic outcomes, single adults at prime working age increasingly lag behind those who are married or cohabiting
The share of unpartnered mothers who are employed and at work has fallen more precipitously than among other parents.
The gender gap in party identification remains the widest in a quarter century.
Three-in-ten Millennials live with a spouse and child, compared with 40% of Gen Xers at a comparable age.
In the United States, 27% of adults ages 60 and older live alone, compared with 16% of adults in the 130 countries and territories studied.