Author: Wendy Wang

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The Divided State of Our Unions

The Group That’s Happiest in the Pandemic May Surprise You

Homeward Bound: The Work-Family Reset in Post-COVID America

Less Poverty, Less Prison, More College: What Two Parents Mean For Black and White Children

Familia Sí, Guardería No: Hispanics Least Likely to Prefer and Use Paid Child Care

Immigrant Families Are More Stable

Number 1 in 2020: The U.S. Divorce Rate Has Hit a 50-Year Low

The U.S. Divorce Rate Has Hit a 50-Year Low

Marriages Between Democrats and Republicans Are Extremely Rare

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