Half or 50% of African Americans have never been married compared to 33% of all Americans.
After viewing the available data, we can see that although fewer black women are “now married”, more black women than Black men have been married at least once.
A popular Q&A on this site last year explored who is more or less likely to marry outside their own racial or ethnic group, why, and where in the U. The new Pew report charts the rise of interracial marriage, with the share of new marriages between spouses of different races or ethnicities having gone up to 15.1 % in 2010.
Now, the Pew Research Center has further distilled the data on multicultural love.
(An important note: "White" in this report refers to non-Latino whites, as Hispanic/Latino is an ethnic category on census forms, not a racial one.
) In some groups, who marries out most depends on gender: Black men are much more likely to marry out than black women, and Asian women are much more likely to marry out than Asian men.
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