How to Save Marriage in America
What’s happening to American matrimony? In 1960, more than 70 percent of all adults were married, including nearly ... College graduates take their time to select a partner; and then, once the marriage is at least a couple of years old, take the final ...
For millennials, out-of-wedlock childbirth is the norm
This month brings us yet another reminder that, for young Americans ... Hopkins University recently found that 64 percent of mothers gave birth at least once out of wedlock. Almost one-half had all of their children without ever exchanging vows.
Marriage Rate In America Drops Drastically
The report, released Wednesday, showed that Americans are not only getting married less frequently, they're doing so later in life. These findings mirror those observed in the UK in November, where researchers found that only 48 percent of adults there ...
Six in Ten Americans Read Bible at Least Occasionally
Relevance of the Bible Sixty-five percent of Americans agree that the Bible "answers all or most of the basic questions of life." Almost half of ... of people who are currently married read the Bible at least once a week, compared to 35% of those who ...
What women's lib? 70 percent of Americans think women should take spouse's name after marriage
“Americans don’t want much government intervention in family life, so for 50 percent of Americans ... “They said the mailman would get confused and that society wouldn’t function as well if women did not change their name,” Hamilton says.