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FastFact: Marital Status Plays Major Role in Mobility
A person’s marital status is a major factor in determining whether Americans move, and new data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that 37.4% of those who moved from 2015 to 2016 were never married.
Another 8% of movers were divorced, and 2.2% were widowed, according to the data.
By contrast, only 26.4% of movers were married, and another 4.4% of movers were classified as “separated or married with spouse absent.”
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