Special Report

The Divorce Capital of Every State

Source: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Digital Visual Library / Wikimedia Commons

1. Demopolis, Alabama
> Divorced population: 18.9%
> Divorced population, statewide: 12.5%
> Married population: 33.4%
> Median household income: $25,942
> Households earning less than $10,000: 22.8%

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2. Kenai, Alaska
> Divorced population: 18.9%
> Divorced population, statewide: 11.6%
> Married population: 48.8%
> Median household income: $58,732
> Households earning less than $10,000: 4.3%

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3. Florence, Arizona
> Divorced population: 20.2%
> Divorced population, statewide: 12.4%
> Married population: 33.3%
> Median household income: $48,919
> Households earning less than $10,000: 7.7%

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4. Newport, Arkansas
> Divorced population: 23.2%
> Divorced population, statewide: 13.1%
> Married population: 24.8%
> Median household income: $26,853
> Households earning less than $10,000: 18.9%

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5. Clearlake, California
> Divorced population: 22.1%
> Divorced population, statewide: 9.5%
> Married population: 33.1%
> Median household income: $25,426
> Households earning less than $10,000: 15.9%

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