Forty years ago, divorced people were more concentrated in cities and suburbs, but now rural Americans are just as likely to be divorced as city dwellers, the New York Times reported. One reason for the change is that college-educated Americans are now more likely to stay married than those with only a high school diploma, and 1 in 6 rural residents has a college degree, while 1 in 3 city residents does.
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