Special Report

The State Where the Most People Live Alone

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50. Utah
> One-person households: 19.16% (196,193 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 8.35% (the lowest)
> Median household income: $75,780 (11th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,098 (18th highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 34.77% (15th highest)

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49. California
> One-person households: 24.08% (3,169,002 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 10.19% (2nd lowest)
> Median household income: $80,440 (5th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,614 (2nd highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 35.00% (13th highest)

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48. Idaho
> One-person households: 24.64% (161,580 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 11.81% (5th lowest)
> Median household income: $60,999 (20th lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $880 (21st lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 28.75% (12th lowest)

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47. Hawaii
> One-person households: 25.21% (117,299 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 10.75% (3rd lowest)
> Median household income: $83,102 (4th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,651 (the highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 33.63% (18th highest)

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46. Texas
> One-person households: 25.63% (2,559,502 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 11.67% (4th lowest)
> Median household income: $64,034 (22nd highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,091 (19th highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 30.77% (24th lowest)

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