What Is the Typical 2010 Family Unit?

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The typical 2010 family unit has ironically decreased with the increase of the world population. Even though two children remains the most popular case size, the mean number of children in a UK family has dropped from 2.0 to 1.8. Various economic and social issues could be the most probable reason for this.
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As much as the populations of many countries has increased, the family unit is reducing in size. Although two children remains the common family size, the average number of children in a family in the UK has dropped from 2.0 to 1.8. This is due to various economical, environmental and social reasons.
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