Descriptive statistics and correlations among the variables are reported in Table 3. According to a legal opinion provided to the Florida Court Clerks' Association in December in anticipation of an injunction in the case of Brenner v.
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Table 6 reports the results of an ordinary least-squares regression model predicting the percentage change in the index of dissimilarity. Population size was drawn from the Decennial Census Summary File 1, and was logged to adjust for the skew produced by a few places with very large populations.
These differences echoed some of the urban—rural differentials in the overall population Kirkey and Forsyth Minors and Marriage in California California allows minors to get married provided that they are capable of consenting to the union upon receiving a court order that permits them to marry.
Research Methods I investigated the segregation of same-sex partners from different-sex partners in the largest census-defined places based on population size.
Households with and without children, with their differing housing needs and preferences, ascribe different importance to residential factors like the quality of local schools, age of the housing stock, cost of housing, and homeownership Rossi Recognition of same-sex unions in Colorado Recognition of same-sex unions in Texas Recognition of same-sex unions in Florida.
I conducted a supplementary analysis excluding those seventeen places. Later ina Supreme Court decision was made legalizing same-sex marriages nationwide.
Osceola News-Gazette. Annual Review of Sociology. Badgett and Rogers found that high-income, highly educated respondents, and respondents living outside of the Midwest were more likely to report their partnership in An agreement stating that the non-transgender partner is aware of the transgender identity of the other spouse.
Domestic partnerships share a lot of similarities with civil unions. On average, same-sex partners were less segregated from different-sex partners in than in , and the vast majority of same-sex partners lived in environments of declining segregation.