Number of kids born out of wedlock

According to TIME (July 16, 2007), 71% of people surveyed in a recent Pew Research study believe that having children out of wedlock is a "big problem" for the U.S.; 44% believe it is "always or almost always wrong" for unmarried women to have children.
But, 37% of U.S. birth in 2005 were out of wedlock. In 1960, the rate was 5.3%. Today 47% of adults in their 30s and 40s have lived in a cohabiting relationships.

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