Parents in the U.S.

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Statista dossier on parents in the United States

This Statista dossier on parents in the United States provides, among other information, figures and statistics on single mothers and fathers and their children, on parental guidance and rules, as well as on education and financial support of kids by their parents.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Average size of a family in the US 1960-2016

    • Number of families in the U.S. 1960-2016

    • U.S. children's living arrangements from 1970-2016

    • U.S. family households with children 1970-2016, by family type

    • Fertility rate in the United States 2015

    • Countries with the highest fertility rates 2016

  • 2. Mother and father
    • Number of U.S. children living in a single parent family 1970-2016

    • Number of families with a single mother in the U.S. 1990-2015

    • Percentage of single mother households in the U.S. 2016, by state

    • United States - number of families with a single father 1990-2015

    • U.S. catholics - view on children being raised by married couple 2015

    • U.S. catholics - view on children being raised by divorced parents 2015

    • U.S. catholics - view on children being raised by a single parent 2015

  • 3. Upbringing and family life
    • Share of young adults living with their parents in the U.S. 2015

    • Percentage of U.S. parents facing career interruptions related to family care 2013

    • Share of U.S. Millennials whose monthly expenses were paid by their parents 2014

    • Women's satisfaction with their family in the U.S. in 2016

    • Women's satisfaction with their family relationships in the U.S. in 2014

  • Language: English
  • Released: April 2017
  • Source(s): Statista
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