Cohabitation is the new norm. Shifting gender roles and expectations, the delay of marriage, and a secularizing culture are leading more American adults to believe that moving in together before tying the knot is a good idea. A recent Barna study asked Americans their views on cohabitation: the pros, cons, motivations, and effects of living together prior to marriage.
Millennials (72%) are twice as likely as Elders (36%) to believe cohabitation is a good idea bit.ly/2919LYJ
While favorability ratings do not directly correspond to people’s likelihood of voting for a person, the overwhelmingly negative impressions held of both major candidates reflects Americans’ disenchantment with its most visible public leaders http://bit.ly/28TSwtc http://bit.ly/28TSwtc
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Less than three out of ten U.S. voters (28%) believe they are well-served by the federal government bit.ly/28TSwtc
What is the primary factor that makes up an individual's identity in America? https://barna.org/barna-update/culture/712-what-most-influences-the-self-identity-of-americans#.V1iQTpMrJhF
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