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U.S. Leads the World in Single Parenthood - Friday 28th February, 2020

The United States has the world’s highest rates of children who live with only one parent.  The U.S. also leads the world or is among the leaders in other marks of family breakdown.  And Christians have the same rates of single parenthood as the “unaffiliated.”

These are the findings of a Pew Research Study that examined family arrangements in 130 countries.  In the United States, nearly one out of four children (23%) live in a household with only one parent and no other adults.  Worldwide, the percentage is 7%.  In China, this is true of only 3% of children.  In Nigeria, 4%.  In Canada, 15%.  In France, 16%.  In Denmark, 17%.

So nations that are rich, poor, Communist, Muslim, conservative, liberal, secularist, and sexually permissive all agree that children should be raised by both their mother and their father.  The United States, not so much.

Click here to read the rest of the article from Dr. Veith.

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