From the Star Ledger:
Looking for love? New Jersey isn’t a bad place to visit.
Just less than half of the population is married, according to Census data. About a third have never been married, and the rest are widowed, divorced or separated. But those numbers vary; white and Asian residents are more likely to be married than black or Hispanic residents. Women in their 20s are more likely to be married than men of the same age. And women over 65 are three times as likely to be widowed.
The most single cities in New Jersey are also some of the youngest, and have a relativity high percentage of minorities. They also tend to be the larger cities in New Jersey.
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