Where Young Adults Live With Their Parents in the United States

In what U.S. states are young adults most likely to live with their parents&
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34 percent of young adults (18 to 34 years old) in the United States lived with their parents. This data visualization explores how that differs by U.S. state. The data of this visualization comes from the US Census Burau’s 2017 American Community Survey 1-year estimates. To be included in this count, the home had to be owned or rented by the parents and the parents had to be living in the home.

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The most of young adults (47.3 percent) live with their parents in New Jersey, the least (16%) in D.C. and North Dakota.

Historically, what percentage of young adults have lived at home?
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Ten US states with the highest proportion of young adults living at home:

  1. New Jersey – 1.9 million (47.3%)
  2. Connecticut – 0.7 million (42.0%)
  3. Rhode Island – 0.2 million (41.2%)
  4. New York – 4.5 million (40.5%)
  5. Florida – 4.3 million (40.0%)
  6. California – 9.4 million (39.3%)
  7. Maryland – 1.3 million (39.0%)
  8. Missisipi – 0.6 million (37.5%)
  9. New Mexico – 0.5 million (37.1%)
  10. Illinois – 2.8 million (36.2%)

In Europe, most of the young adults (73.2 percent) live with their parents in Croatia, the least (18.7%) in Denmark.

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