[Ed. – And more males than females are still living with parents. Something amiss here.]
A Pew Research Center analysis released Tuesday showed that for the first time since 1880 in the United States, living with parents is the most common arrangement for 18-34 year-olds.
According to the most recent data from 2014, 31.6 percent of young adults were living with a spouse or partner in their own household and 32.1 percent were living in their parent’s home.
There is also a gender divide with significantly more young men living with their parents than young women.