Compared to just a few decades ago, Americans, particularly young Americans, have changed what both marriage and divorce look like. The country’s population is more diverse than ever, and the socio-economic rise of some demographics and communities now reflect shifting cultural norms and attitudes. Many Americans don’t see marriage, as an institution, as necessary, while others are putting it off for a variety of other reasons.
Looking at new research and statistics, we may ask ourselves: what will the landscape of love look like in America in the years to come? Here are 9 statistical indicators that may provide some clues.