Survey Says: Women Need Marriage and Money Less

Less Americans are walking down the aisle today, and it's by choice. The Census released new data recently revealing that over the last ten years the number of unmarried couples in the U.S. has increased 25 percent; primarily because women rely less on men to provide for them financially than they did decades ago. These days women who bring home their own bacon have more choices about how they'd like to live, and whom they want to live with. The number of unmarried couples living together is up 13 percent since 2009, and now makes up 12 percent of American couples.
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