Young adults (15-34) living with their parents in the UK, by gender 2017

Percentage of young adults (15 to 34 year olds) living with their parents in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1996 to 2017, by gender

Young adults (15-34) living with their parents in the UK, by gender 2017 This statistic shows the percentage of 15 to 34 year olds who are living with their parents in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1996 to 2017, by gender. In 2017, 45 percent of males were living with their parents. There were consistently more males in this age group living at home than females. The figures for males and females increased overall during this period, by four percent.
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Percentage of young adults (15 to 34 year olds) living with their parents in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1996 to 2017, by gender

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MaleFemale
201745%34%
201644%34%
201544%35%
201445%35%
201346%35%
201245%34%
201144%34%
201043%34%
200944%34%
200843%33%
200743%33%
200644%33%
200544%32%
200444%33%
200343%31%
200242%31%
200142%31%
200041%30%
199941%30%
199841%29%
199741%29%
199641%30%
MaleFemale
201745%34%
201644%34%
201544%35%
201445%35%
201346%35%
201245%34%
201144%34%
201043%34%
200944%34%
200843%33%
200743%33%
200644%33%
200544%32%
200444%33%
200343%31%
200242%31%
200142%31%
200041%30%
199941%30%
199841%29%
199741%29%
199641%30%
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This statistic shows the percentage of 15 to 34 year olds who are living with their parents in the United Kingdom (UK) from 1996 to 2017, by gender. In 2017, 45 percent of males were living with their parents. There were consistently more males in this age group living at home than females. The figures for males and females increased overall during this period, by four percent.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
1996 to 2017
Age group
15-34 years old
Supplementary notes
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Once a person either lives with a partner or has a child, they are considered to have formed their own family and are no longer counted as being part of their parents’ family even if they still live in the same household. Therefore such people are deemed to be not living with their parents here.
Students living in halls of residence during term-time and living with their parents outside term-time are counted as not living with their parents here.
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