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Some Disagree With Adults Living At Home With Parents, Study Finds

By Tamara Steele Aug 29, 2022 | 5:17 PM

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A survey finds 36 per cent of Americans disagree with adults living at home with their parents.

Pew Research Centre found more men were less approving of 18 to 29 year olds staying in the nest.

Forty-two per cent of men consider it a bad idea compared to 31 per cent of women.

As of July 2022, half of adults in this age group were living with at least one parent.

Forty-six per cent of upper income adults were more inclined than middle or lower income adults to suggest living with their parents is bad for society.

About one in four said the trend was good for society.

In June of 2020, 52 per cent of adults were still living at home.

Twenty-two years ago, only 38 per cent of 18 to 29 years old lived with their parents.



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