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Aging into the 21st Century

Table 9 - Persons 65 Years and Over With No Living Children or Siblings, by Living Arrangements and Age: 1990, 2005, and 2020 (Numbers in thousands.)

 

1990

2005

2020

LIVING ARRANGEMENT AND AGE

Number

Percent of Total in Class

Number

Percent of Total in Class

Number

Percent of Total in Class

TOTAL, 65+ 1,283 4 1,611 5 2,130 4

65-74

435 2 431 2 722 2

75-84

588 6 747 6 863 6

85+

260 9 433 9 545 8
LIVING ALONE, TOTAL 682 7 859 8 1,173 7

65-74

223 5 223 5 372 5

75-84

323 9 405 9 463 9

85+

136 12 231 12 288 12
LIVING WITH OTHERS, TOTAL
168

4

224

4

303

5

65-74

48 2 51 2 90 2

75-84

58 3 76 4 90 4

85+

62 7 98 7 123 7
PERSONS IN MARRIED COUPLES, TOTAL
433

3

527

3

704

3

65-74

164 1 157 1 260 1

75-84

207 5 266 5 310 5

85+

62 11 104 11 134 11

SOURCE: Lewin/ICF (1990) estimates based on data from the 1984 Supplement on Aging (SOA) and the Brookings/ICF Long Term Care Financing Model.

Table compiled by National Aging Information Center

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