Some Statistics For Christian Disabled Singles
Statistics for Singles
While the national population is fairly evenly split between men (49.5%) and women(50.5%) the singles demographic skews a bit more with women making up 53% of singles, and men only 47%. That means there are 86 unmarried men for every 100 unmarried women.
Gender has long been a factor in the age at which individuals have entered in to marriage with women entering into marriage an average of 3 years earlier than men. The average age people are choosing to enter into marriage has risen significantly over the last several decades soaring from 20 for women & 23 for mean in 1960 to 27 for women and 29 for men in the current decade.
Studies show that while 23% of single females attend church regularly, only 15% of single men do.
For Christian Singles
The number of Christians around the world has nearly quadrupled in the last 100 years, from about 600 million in 1910 to more than 2 billion in 2010. But the world’s overall population also has risen rapidly, from an estimated 1.8 billion in 1910 to 6.9 billion in 2010. As a result, Christians make up about the same portion of the world’s population today (32%) as they did a century ago (35%).
This apparent stability, however, masks a momentous shift. Although Europe and the Americas still are home to a majority of the world’s Christians (63%), that share is much lower than it was in 1910 (93%). And the proportion of Europeans and Americans who are Christian has dropped from 95% in 1910 to 76% in 2010 in Europe as a whole, and from 96% to 86% in the Americas as a whole.
For Disabled Singles
Number of people with a disability living in the United States in 2010. They represented 19 percent of the civilian non-institutionalized population. Disabilities include, for instance, having difficulty seeing, hearing, having speech understood, walking, bathing, dressing, eating, preparing meals, going outside the home, or doing housework, having Alzheimer’s, dementia, autism, cerebral palsy, or dyslexia, and being frequently depressed or anxious.
- 8 percent of children under 15 had disabilities.
- 21 percent of people 15 and older had disabilities.
- 17 percent of people 21 to 64 had disabilities.
- 50 percent of adults 65 and older had disabilities.
Like our motto says, Don’t let a disability limit your social life! We hope that you’ll step out of your comfort zone, make new connections and start relating on a personal level with new friends and fellow Christians. One of my favorite quotes says “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” I hope that we have been helpful to you in some way.
Have a blessed day!
Source: Americans with Disabilities: 2010 www.census.gov/prod/2012pubs/p70-131.pdf
Statistic Sources: PewForum.org, upcisam.com & disabled-world.com