Wow, this is crazy! Business Insider broke down a study done by the U.S. Census Bureau on the changes in young adulthood over the last 4 decades and the results are incredible!

Check this out from Business Insider:

Nearly one in three millennials lives in their parents' home.

The US Census Bureau recently released a study on how young adulthood has changed between the 1970s and today. One of the main topics covered in the study was living situations.

Here is a map that shows the percentage of adults (18-34) living at home with their parents. The national average is 33%. New Hampshire came in at 36.5%.

Credit: US Census Bureau - Business Insider

Again from Business Insider:

In 1975, a 57% majority of young adults aged 18-34 lived with a spouse, while just 26% of adults lived in their parents' home. In 2016, only 27% of young adults lived with a spouse, while the proportion of 18-34 year olds living with their parents went up to 31%, becoming the most common living situation.

Pretty crazy stuff, huh!? Check out the full article from Business Insider and the study from the U.S. Census Bureau.