Census: Colo. households of one have grown in past decade

One is the loneliest number — but it’s popular in Colorado, where nearly 28% of households are occupied by a single person.  In Denver, the number is even higher.  According to 2010 U.S. census data made public today, 40.6% of the city’s households are composed of a person living alone.  The percentage of Colorado households that included a single person grew over the past decade at a rate faster than households that included married couples, families with children under 18 and even those classified as “non-family,” such as an apartment shared by unrelated roommates….Read more

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