In their “Fourth Annual Index of Family Belonging and Rejection,” the Family Research Council's Marriage and Religion Institute focused on homes of married biological parents. Families in the Northeast are the most intact in the country while those in the South are the least intact.
Utah has the highest “belonging and rejection” index, with 57 percent living in traditional homes. Regionally, the northeast was best at 50 percent, and among races, Asians topped all with 65 percent, with blacks the lowest at 17 percent.
From a paper by James Lindgren, Northwestern University School of Law Who Believes that Astrology is Scientific?
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