When the Supreme Court decided the marriage issue, it was seen as the beginning of the end for the traditional definition of marriage in America.
Now, a new study says that marriage is on the verge of becoming a reality in the United States, and is about to be extended to people of any age.
According to the report from the Pew Research Center, the marriage rate in the U.S. will soon hit a record high of 72 percent.
“A new wave of love and commitment is beginning to take root in our society,” said Pew Research President Andrew Abramson.
“The marriage rate is likely to hit a new all-time high, and marriage will be the defining institution of American life for the next generation.”
The new Pew study finds that in 2015, more than one in four Americans were in a committed relationship, including two in three adults in the 30-54 age group.
The U.K. and Australia also saw increases in the number of people in committed relationships in 2015. In the U