Boomerang generation: effect of moving home on family relationships in the U.S. 2011

This statistic shows 25 to 34 year olds responses to a survey question asking how living in their parent's house, or moving back into their family home, had affected their relationship with their parents. As of 2011, 25 percent of respondents said that moving back home with their parents had been bad for the relationship with their parents.

Would you say moving back in with your parents/living with your parents at this stage in your life has generally been good for your relationship?

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Source

Release date

March 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

Decemer 6-19, 2011

Number of respondents

121 respondents

Age group

25-34 years

Special properties

People who currently live with their parents or had moved home temporarily

Method of interview

Telephone interview

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