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Judging the new family

Respondents to a survey on the changing makeup of the U.S. family were divided into three groups (pie chart). The most polarizing results question concerned views on single mothers raising children alone.

Graphic shows respondents to a survey on the changing makeup of the U.S.  family were divided into three groups.

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Hard line on single motherhood in U.S.
Article | Even though most Americans have grown more comfortable with same-sex or unmarried couples raising children, they still view single mothers as detrimental to society, according to a new poll of attitudes toward the country's soaring number of nontraditional families.
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Single motherhood still rejected by most Americans, poll finds
Article | Even as they've grown more comfortable with same-sex or unmarried couples raising children, most Americans still view single mothers as detrimental to society, according to a new poll of attitudes toward the country's soaring number of non-traditional families.

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