Analyzes trends in intermarriages, including patterns by gender, race/ethnicity, and region; the demographic, educational, and economic characteristics of those who "marry out" of their race/ethnicity; and public attitudes toward intermarriage.
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Title: The Rise of Intermarriage: Rates, Characteristics Vary by Race and Gender
Publication date 2012-02-16
Publication Year 2012
Pew Research Center
North America / United States
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