Which state has the lowest divorce rate in the country?
Most states are on the low end of the national marriage rate, but the most recent numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show the marriage rate in some states is on the rise.
The latest data, released Monday, shows that the state with the lowest marriage rate was Mississippi, at 1.34.
That’s down from 1.46 in 2014.
The lowest marriage rates were found in Alabama, Mississippi, and Kentucky.
Alabama has a lower marriage rate of 0.84 percent.
The lowest marriage age was 20.
Mississippi has the highest marriage age of 30.
The divorce rate is higher in Alabama than in any other state.
The state has more divorces than marriages per 100,000 residents, but its rate is slightly lower than the national average.
The state with highest divorce rates was Oklahoma, at 2.03 percent.
Oklahoma is home to Oklahoma City, which is the epicenter of the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Thunder’s home court advantage.
The states with the highest divorce rate were Louisiana and New Mexico, with 5.98 and 6.17 percent, respectively.
New Mexico is a smaller state, with about 15,000 people, so the rate is even lower.
The divorce rate for married couples in Mississippi was 0.98 percent, while the divorce rate was 0 the highest for single-person households was 0 percent in Louisiana.
The highest divorce for married households was 2.25 percent in New Mexico.
The highest divorce was for a single woman in Louisiana at 4.25.
The second highest divorce is for a married couple in New York at 4 percent.
The least divorce was a single man in New Jersey at 2 percent.
A single man was the least common divorce in Alabama at 5 percent.
There were no divorces for a person under the age of 45.