Nearly 30% more young American males single than females: Survey

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A February 8 survey from Pew Research Center found that 63 percent of young men ages 18 through 29 report being single while only 34 percent of women in that same age group report the same.

Terry Schilling, the President of the American Principles Project, told Breitbart News, “Men are more under attack than ever. A majority of college graduates are now women, and men are making less in the workforce. And because women expect their partner to make more than them, it’s leading to a great isolation of American men.”

“On top of the economic attacks on men, there’s been a rise in unfettered access to pornography online so now we’re seeing a rise in not just involuntary celibate men, but a growing number of men opting out of relationships altogether,” Schilling said. “The service economy combined with the disastrous sexual revolution have wreaked havoc on our country. We need to recalibrate.”

As The Post Millennial reported, a Psychology Today study found many men avoid asking women out for fear of seeming “creepy.” In that study, 53 percent of men between the ages of 18 and 40 reported being single and 44 percent of that group said the fear of being creepy “reduces their likelihood of interacting with women.”

The Pew Research Poll also found that roughly 30 percent of all US adults are single, meaning “they are not married, living with a partner or in a committed romantic relationship.”

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