New poll shows majority of young adults are living with parents, most since Great Depression


The coronavirus pandemic has pushed many Americans over a financial cliff they were teetering on even before the virus hit. The economic hardships from the coronavirus span generations as well, however it has hit younger people especially hard.

A new Pew Research poll found that the majority of people between the ages of 18-29 are living at home with their parents.

This passes the previous record set during the Great Depression.

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