Marriage separation statistics

Unfortunately, marriage separation is currently insufficiently researched and analyzed. Scientists explain too many complex factors that should generate statistics, for example:

– How old were the spouses?

– Was this their first marriage?

– Did the couple have any children?

And the most important factor:

– Did the couple split up after their separation (or separation), or did they get divorced?

One of the few statistics available today states that about 10% of all married couples in the United States are separated and united. However, other statistical data suggest that approximately 44% of divorced couples were separated and reconciled before divorcing.

There is a clear disagreement in the numbers above. Is it 10% or 44%? After doing some research on my own, I started on my way to a 44% mark. However, the data do not provide information on the reasons for the sudden marriage separation, planned separation or separation.

All marriage statistics show that both, marriage rates and divorce rates are falling at a similar rate.
For example:

In 1990, there were 7.1 marriages in Pennsylvania (the lowest number of states) and 99.0 marriages in Nevada (the highest number of states), per 1,000 people.

In 2004, there were 5.9 marriages in Pennsylvania (the lowest number of states) and 62.4 marriages in Nevada (the largest number of states), per 1,000 people.

This represents a decline in marriages in these two states from 1990 to 2004.

In 1990, there were 3.3 divorces in Pennsylvania (the lowest number of states) and 11.4 divorces in Nevada (the largest number of states), per 1,000 people.

And in 2004, there were 3.0 divorces in Pennsylvania (the lowest number of states) and 6.4 divorced in Nevada (the highest number of states), per 1,000 people.

This represents an average decline of 27.5% from 1990 to 2004 in both states.