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A new 2007 report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that in 2004 (the year of the study)
Below we have converted the statistics to graphs to make the data easier to understand. See the last page of the article if you would like to use any tables or graphs.
Summary of Statistics on Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage after Divorce
A new report from the U.S. census bureau shows that
In examining longer lasting marriages, the report found that just over half of currently married women in 2004 had been married for at least 15 years, and 6 percent had been married at least 50 years.
Current Marital Status (2004) for Men and Women 25 years and older
Current Marital Status (2004) for Men
As you can see, a slight majority of men have remarried after divorce and the next largest group are currently divorced.
Current Marital Status (2004) for Women
Less women seem to remarry after divorce than men and a larger number of women are widowed. This may in part reflect the longer life span of women.
Current Marital Status (2004) for Men and Women 50 years and older
The number of women, 50 and older who are widowed is significantly greater than men who are widowed. This lends weight to the idea that the longer life span of women contribute to this trend.