Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Is marriage becoming obsolete for some?

According to a recent survey, nearly one in three American children are living with a parent who is divorced, separated or has never been married. This is part of a larger overall trend that shows many people are not convinced marriage is necessary to have a family.

About 39 percent of Americans say marriage is fast becoming obsolete. Last time the question was examined, in 1978, just 28 percent believed that marriage, as an institution, was on the way out.

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