Question: How many singles are there in the UK?

In 2017, an estimated 12.9% of the population in England and Wales aged between 50 and 64 years had a marital status of single, a steady increase from 6.1% in 2002. This percentage has increased at a similar rate for males and females.

How common is being single?

While about three-in-ten U.S. adults (31%) say they are single – that is, not married, living with a partner or in a committed romantic relationship – that share varies widely across demographic groups.

What is the largest age group in the UK?

In 2020, there were estimated to be around 3.87 million people aged between 50 and 54 living in England, the most of any age group. Those aged 30 to 34 comprised the next highest age group, at 3.82 million, while the age group with the fewest people was among those aged 90 and over.

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