Interracial dating percentage by state
Sixty-six percent of all households in 2010 were family households — defined as a household where two or more people who are related by birth, marriage or adoption live together.Forty-eight percent of all households in 2010 were husband-wife households.The article focuses on the top 20 states for interracial dating and discusses them in regard to their past voting patterns.
There were approximately twice as many stepchildren (4.2 million) as adopted children (2.1 million).
Atlanta and Washington had the highest percentage of one-person households, among places with 100,000 people or more.
In both cities, 44 percent of households contained just one person.
A higher percentage of unmarried partners were interracial or interethnic than married couples.
Nationally, 10 percent of opposite-sex married couples had partners of a different race or Hispanic origin, compared with 18 percent of opposite-sex unmarried partners and 21 percent of same-sex unmarried partners.