More than 50% of the U.S. adult population is single. My hunch is that this information is worrisome to National Organization for Marriage and "traditional" types. But I have to ponder, what's the big deal? Is it bad that people aren't rushing into marriage? Or if they entered one that wasn't working for them, that they left it to navigate the world alone? Is it bad that some people may never want to get married?Some might say this indicates a decline in traditional values, but my take is that it might signal a genesis of critical thinking about "traditions." See the entire article linked below for a deeper breakdown.