As the number of one-person households continues to rise, recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) analysis reveals the financial situation and personal well-being of those living alone:
Proportion of household disposable income spent on housing costs, by household type, household reference persons aged 25 to 64 years, UK, financial year ending 2018:
Note: % of disposable income spent on rent or mortgage is the average paid by those who rent, or those who own their home with a mortgage, respectively.
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