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Teen Well-Being During Quarantine

And a Child Shall Lead Them—to the Polls: Family Formation and Voting

Predicting Infidelity: An Updated Look at Who Is Most Likely to Cheat in America

The Share of Never-Married Americans Has Reached a New High

Parental Employment Patterns and Student Attendance at Selective Colleges

How Do the Children of Immigrant Parents Perform in School?

Facts About Custodial and Non-Custodial Fathers in the U.S.

What Unites Most Graduates of Selective Colleges? An Intact Family

The Rise of Childless America

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