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Marriage looks a lot different today in many ways than in years past. As our nation becomes more racially and ethnically diverse, so are married couples. The percentage of married-couple households that are interracial or interethnic grew across the United States from 7.
The largest of these is non-Hispanic whites married to Hispanics, which increased in In contrast, just 3. All states experienced an increase in the percentage of interracial and interethnic married-couple households from to Brittany Rico, Rose M. Bracing for the Hurricane Season.
Two states, Hawaii and Oklahoma, and the District of Columbia increased by 4. Nine states, located mostly in the West and the Mid-Atlantic region, increased by 3. Seventeen states increased by 2. The remaining 22 states increased by less than 2. More stories. About America Counts tells the stories behind the s in a new inviting way.
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