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Friendships: Less is now more

There has been a significant drop in the number of close friends US adults have since 1990. Image: Unsplash/priscilladupreez

Martin Armstrong

Data Journalist, Statista

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Self-reported number of close friend had by U.S. adults in 1990 and 2021
Self-reported number of close friend had by U.S. adults in 1990 and 2021 Image: Survey Center on American Life

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