Fascinating short Washington Post summary of the Time Magazine/Pew Poll on shifting attitudes toward marriage. Including this little tidbit listed at the end of the article that has major implications for workplaces, schools and families.
-About 62 percent say that the best marriage is one where the husband and wife both work and both take care of the household and children. That’s up from 48 percent who held that view in 1977.
Here’s the full Time Magazine article on the poll, Who Needs Marriage? A Changing Institution.
P.S. Here’s the link to the full Pew Report, The Decline of Marriage and the Rise of New Families.