Millennials are less likely to count family members as their best friends than a decade ago

Mail Online | 8/9/2018 | Victoria Allen for the Daily Mail
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Millennials are far less likely to name a family member as one of their best friends than a decade ago.

As greater numbers leave home for university, or move to major cities, people in their 20s less often report being close friends with parents, siblings or relatives.

Findings - Intergenerational - Foundation - Warnings - Loneliness

The findings, from the Intergenerational Foundation, have prompted warnings loneliness is on the rise among young people.

Their use of social media to speak to friends online may be weakening family ties,...
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