Next time your parents judge you for still being single, now you can throw this little stat back at them.  Because, as we all know, their generation is totally receptive to logical, factual arguments.

According to a study by the University of Chicago, for the first time ever, the majority of young people are single.

The Washington Post  says 51% of Americans between 18 and 34 are now single.  This study has been going since 1986, and that's the highest number ever.

The previous high was 45% back in 2016 . . . the lowest was 33% in 2004.

The study also found 21% of people between 35 and 49 are single . . . 26% of people between 50 and 64 . . . and 37% of people over 65.