Talk:Fayette County, Indiana

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There's got to be a better way to phrase this: "10.20% have a woman whose husband does not live with her" suggests that 10% of all households in the county contain married women who are separated from their husbands. I suspect that it means that 10.20 percent of households contain unmarried, separated, divorced, or widowed adult women. That statement is clear but rather long-winded; is there a shorter standard term? (This presumably would be an issue in lots of similar demographic pages.)Vicki Rosenzweig


new website is is obsolete (talk)