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This many young Americans haven't lived with their parents since the Great Depression 

Back to mom and dads? Image: REUTERS/David Mercado

Richard Fry

Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center

Jeffrey S. Passel

Senior Demographer, Pew Research Center

D'Vera Cohn

Senior Writer and Editor, Pew Research Center

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Covid-19 has caused an increasing in the rise of young adults living with their parents. Image: Pew Research Center
Levels of young adults living with their parents hasn't been this high since the Great Depression. Image: Pew Research Center
Traditionally, white young adults have been less likely than their Asian, Black and Hispanic counterparts to live with their parents, but that gap has narrowed. Image: Pew Research Center
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