Where the Number of Large Families Has Increased in the U.S. ‘May Come as a Surprise’

U.S. census data puts the average household at only 2.58 people, but in some areas of the country there seems to be an upward trend toward having larger families.

The geneology research site MooseRoots compiled data from the last 30 years, identifying areas in the U.S. where large families — those with seven or more members — seem to be increasing or decreasing in number.

Slide the bar at the bottom of this interactive map to see where there has been the greatest amount of change in...

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