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Among the married, most men and women say their marriage is very happy. Men are more likely than women to feel that way, however. Sixty-three percent of married men report that their marriage is very happy compared with a smaller 59 percent of married women. The oldest men are most likely to say their marriage is very happy. ■ Most men heartily agree that it is sometimes necessary to spank a child. harcsda+gss06; calculations by New Strategist AMERICAN MEN 17 Men Are Not as Religious as Women The majority of men believe in evolution.
The index is calculated by dividing the race/Hispanic ﬁgure by the total ﬁgure and multiplying by 100. 9 College graduates Total men Aged 25 to 29 Aged 30 to 34 Aged 35 to 39 Aged 40 to 44 Aged 45 to 49 Aged 50 to 54 Aged 55 to 59 Aged 60 to 64 Aged 65 or older Note: Asians and blacks are those who identiﬁed themselves as being of the race alone and those who identiﬁed themselves as being of the race in combination with other races. Hispanics may be of any race. Non-Hispanic whites are those who identiﬁed themselves as being white alone and not Hispanic.
Among college freshmen, 76 percent of men and 73 percent of women say it is very important or essential for them to be very well off ﬁnancially. ■ Men earn less than half of college degrees. Men earned a minority of associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in 2005–06, but slightly more than half of doctoral and ﬁrst-professional degrees. AMERICAN MEN 37 Men’s Educational Attainment Has Grown In 2007, nearly 30 percent of men had a college degree. S. population has grown dramatically as the baby boom and younger generations of Americans entered adulthood, replacing older, less-educated generations.
American Men: Who They Are & How They Live by New Strategist Editors