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UK residents (under 65) living in married households have declined by 6% in last ten years

Cohabiting couples and lone parents households increase

The latest statistical bulletin, published by the Office for National Statistics and derived from the 2011 census, focuses on the structure of households. The bulletin shows that the number of UK residents under the age of 65 living in a one family married couple household has declined by 6% since 2001. The relative numbers of such residents cohabiting has risen by 2% and as lone parents by 1%.

Key findings are:

To read the statistical bulletin, please click here.