Single Black Mothers : 60% Of All Births Now to Single Females

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May 2, 2013 at 8:39 am
60% of young moms unwed, U.S. says

Births to unmarried mothers up from 31% in 2005 to 36% in '11
By Frank Bass

More than 60 percent of new mothers in their early 20s aren't married, the U.S. government said Wednesday in a report that underscores concern about the well-being of the nation's young children.
The total number of births to unwed mothers increased to 36 percent in 2011 from 31 percent in 2005, the earliest year for which data are available, the U.S. Census Bureau said in the report. The bureau said 4.1 million women reported that they had given birth in the year covered by the survey.
The high rate of children born to young, unwed mothers is significant because the parents are more likely to have less education and have lower incomes than married families. Their children are likely to be poor and have developmental delays.
"The poorer developmental and behavioral outcomes experienced by children living in cohabitating households may be due in part to family instability," the study's authors wrote. Forty percent of children will probably live in a broken family before reaching the age of 15, they said.
The percentage of young unmarried new mothers contrasts with the 17 percent of new mothers in their late 30s who aren't married.
About 32 percent of new moms between the ages of 25 and 29 were single, the Census Bureau said.
The report showed wide variations in the number of births to unwed mothers by income, race, state of residence and place of birth.
The share of unmarried mothers ranged from 69 percent in households where income was less than $10,000 to 9 percent for those earning more than $200,000

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130502/NATION/305020357#ixzz2SCSEdRrR


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So Who Are Those Unwed Mothers? : Studies: A report shatters …
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Nation Now; Politics Now; Top ... 60% of births outside marriage were to whites. A majority of ... Young children in single-mother families score lower on verbal ...

May 2, 2013 at 8:39 am
60% of young moms unwed, U.S. says

Births to unmarried mothers up from 31% in 2005 to 36% in '11

  • By Frank Bass
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More than 60 percent of new mothers in their early 20s aren't married, the U.S. government said Wednesday in a report that underscores concern about the well-being of the nation's young children.
The total number of births to unwed mothers increased to 36 percent in 2011 from 31 percent in 2005, the earliest year for which data are available, the U.S. Census Bureau said in the report. The bureau said 4.1 million women reported that they had given birth in the year covered by the survey.
The high rate of children born to young, unwed mothers is significant because the parents are more likely to have less education and have lower incomes than married families. Their children are likely to be poor and have developmental delays.
"The poorer developmental and behavioral outcomes experienced by children living in cohabitating households may be due in part to family instability," the study's authors wrote. Forty percent of children will probably live in a broken family before reaching the age of 15, they said.
The percentage of young unmarried new mothers contrasts with the 17 percent of new mothers in their late 30s who aren't married.
About 32 percent of new moms between the ages of 25 and 29 were single, the Census Bureau said.
The report showed wide variations in the number of births to unwed mothers by income, race, state of residence and place of birth.
The share of unmarried mothers ranged from 69 percent in households where income was less than $10,000 to 9 percent for those earning more than $200,000

From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130502/NATION/305020357#ixzz2SCSEdRrR


Out-of-wedlock births on the rise worldwide - USATODAY.com
usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/health/2009-05-13-unmarriedbirths_N.htm
May 13, 2009 · He found that U.S. mothers are more likely to be single parents because ... "There might be little bit more cohabitation now, ... •60% of births to ...





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Kemestry these statistics cannot be seen in isolation. For every unwed mother there is an unwed father...don't forget that. These statistics are not good but marriage is not necessarily the solution. Men who impregnate these women need to see themselves as part of the problem. It takes two to tango...perhaps what these young women need to do is OPEN THEIR EYES AND CLOSE THEIR FEET.:lol:
 

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Is anyone really surprised? This is the consequence of feminsm(White Terror Dominations little cousin) in society. It succeeded in removing the father from the home and empowering the mother into a state of delusion.
 

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