Amid declining birth rates in the US, an increasing share of childless American adults are not planning to have children, a new poll Found by Pew Research Center.
Some 44% of adults aged 18-49 who do not have children said they are “very unlikely” or “at all unlikely” to have street children, up seven percentage points from 37% in 2018. According Survey,
Both men and women were equally likely to answer that they are unlikely to have children in the future.
More than half of adults (56%) who do not have children and answered that they do not plan to say “they do not need to have children,” according to Survey Held between October 18-24.
Other reasons were: medical (19%), financial (17%), no partner (15%), age of respondents or their partner (10%), state of the world (9%) and climate change (5%).