There are more single adults living, working, and yes, still breathing, in the United States than ever before in history. In 2017, the U.S. census.
The third week of September recognizes the nation's unmarried The number of unmarried people in America age 18 and older in 2016.
In 2017, about 44.9%, or 110.5 million, people in America age 18 and over were unmarried according to the Current Population Survey.
2017 was a banner year for the publication of studies on single people; The US Census Bureau reported that a record number of adults were.
Of course, not everyone who's under 35 and single is looking to The Pew analysis found 42 percent of American adults who did not live with.