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More than two-thirds of Britons are currently single, according to a poll by the independent polling company Survation.

That’s up from one-third in 2016 and just under one-fifth in 2010.

There are a lot of people looking to get married, or have kids, or get a job.

It is not clear why that is, but there is definitely a trend for people to be less happy, say the researchers.

The findings suggest the UK is at a tipping point, and that the number of people who are single, unhappy and unmarried could increase to more than half of the population by 2041.

It would be the second consecutive year that this figure has increased.

There were 8% fewer people living alone in 2017 than there were 20 years ago, according the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

In fact, the ONS said that the proportion of people living with one or more people rose from 3% in 2016 to 5% in 2017.

People were also more likely to have been in relationships.

“The trend is that people are more comfortable talking about marriage and getting married and more likely now to say that they’d like to have children, and they are more likely than they were 10 years ago to be in a relationship,” said Survation’s chief executive, Matthew Goodwin.

“And, interestingly, that is also the case for those who have a lot to lose financially.”

While many people are single because of financial problems, there are other reasons.

There is evidence that marriage may be more likely for older people, with research suggesting that being single could mean fewer benefits.

And the financial strain of being single is a major factor in some people not being in a committed relationship.

“People are living in a very lonely place in life, and if they are single and their partner has no prospects of marriage then they are likely to find it easier to put off having children,” Goodwin said.

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The survey was conducted by Survation from March 27 to April 4, 2017.

The poll was conducted on a sample of 1,000 people aged 18 or over.

The margin of error is 2%.

Source: Survation/PA


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