Special Report

Divorce Capital of Every State

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36. Oklahoma: Sallisaw
> Divorced population: 19.0%
> Married population: 46.1%
> Never married: 24.1%
> Median household income: $30,000

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37. Oregon: Umatilla
> Divorced population: 20.1%
> Married population: 30.0%
> Never married: 43.8%
> Median household income: $38,796

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38. Pennsylvania: Butler
> Divorced population: 18.9%
> Married population: 33.0%
> Never married: 37.9%
> Median household income: $30,266

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39. Rhode Island: Westerly
> Divorced population: 14.8%
> Married population: 49.9%
> Never married: 25.9%
> Median household income: $60,192

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40. South Carolina: Little River
> Divorced population: 19.4%
> Married population: 50.9%
> Never married: 21.3%
> Median household income: $47,866

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