Special Report

The State Where the Most People Live Alone

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25. Connecticut
> One-person households: 29.00% (399,404 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 13.85% (19th lowest)
> Median household income: $78,833 (6th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,177 (13th highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 39.84% (5th highest)

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24. Kansas
> One-person households: 29.11% (331,389 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.87% (17th highest)
> Median household income: $62,087 (24th lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $862 (17th lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 34.02% (17th highest)

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23. Kentucky
> One-person households: 29.15% (509,690 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.59% (23rd highest)
> Median household income: $52,295 (7th lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $773 (4th lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 25.13% (5th lowest)

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22. Minnesota
> One-person households: 29.39% (653,284 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.77% (18th highest)
> Median household income: $74,593 (13th highest)
> Monthly gross rent: $1,016 (23rd highest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 37.25% (10th highest)

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21. Arkansas
> One-person households: 29.48% (343,101 households)
> Adults living alone out of adult civilian pop: 14.64% (21st highest)
> Median household income: $48,952 (3rd lowest)
> Monthly gross rent: $742 (2nd lowest)
> Bachelor’s degree attainment rate: 23.34% (3rd lowest)

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