The composition of American households has been shifting over time. Back in 1990, single households were 29% of all households. Singles have grown to be one-third (34%) of all households in 2012. The number of married-couple households with children has declined from one-quarter (26%) of all households in 1990 to only one-fifth in 2012.
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