A breakdown of happiness level for married and unmarried people in the United State is revealed by two of the bar charts; above chart shows the percentage based on range of age whereas the other uncovers the influence of children on married mates. It can be noticed that while married people achieve their life satisfaction higher than unmarried, single persons over 65 years of age are the greatest happiness.
According the first chart, the average percentage of married people's satisfaction is only 43% in which couples in the 18 to 29 age group are the largest point. Likewise, the lowest score is that they are aged 50 to 64 at 40% meanwhile people above 65 years of age are in the medium term at 44%. However, those who are unmarried and over the age of 65 reach at 34% of the best satisfaction while a similar level at average 21.5% is represented by the others.
Finally, there is not insignificant trend for people who have or do not have children, and all of them cannot accomplish to the greatest score even a half of 100%. They who have children less than 18 years of age stand at 44%. Then, at 43% and 41% are respectively experienced by people without children and with children more than 18 years old.