Miller, Richard K.; Washington, Kelli
January 2014
Consumer Behavior;2014, p349
Market Research Report
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The article presents statistics related to single consumers in the U.S., including the number of single-dwellers in 2012, profile of unmarried and single Americans, and estimated number of unmarried couples living together.


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