Special Report

The State Where the Most People Live Alone

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35. Maryland
> One-person households: 28.17% (627,269 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 13.17% (12th lowest)
> Median household income: $86,738 (the highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,401 (3rd highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 40.88% (4th highest)

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34. Nevada
> One-person households: 28.52% (326,114 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 13.45% (17th lowest)
> Median household income: $63,276 (24th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,168 (14th highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 25.69% (6th lowest)

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33. Massachusetts
> One-person households: 28.59% (757,803 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 13.45% (16th lowest)
> Median household income: $85,843 (2nd highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,360 (6th highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 44.98% (the highest)

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32. North Carolina
> One-person households: 28.61% (1,157,599 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.04% (21st lowest)
> Median household income: $57,341 (12th lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $931 (25th lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 32.30% (25th highest)

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31. Oklahoma
> One-person households: 28.64% (428,168 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.14% (23rd lowest)
> Median household income: $54,449 (8th lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $814 (10th lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 26.21% (7th lowest)

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