Agenda in Focus: Civil Society

Why humans are increasingly choosing to live alone

In some cities living alone now makes up the majority of households . Image: Unsplash/Soragrit Wongsa

Esteban Ortiz-Ospina

Senior Researcher and Content Lead, Our World in Data

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How the number of 1 person households has risen Image: Snell (2017)

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