The following is from Harvard University 2008 Housing Report:

Looking ahead, household growth should return to the path set by the changing age composition of the population, the strength of ongoing immigration, and social trends such as divorce and remarriage rates that influence the size of households. Indeed, if immigration remains near its current pace of 1.2 million per year, the combination of several years of high immigration, high divorce and low remarriage rates, and the aging of the echo boomers should push household growth to average more than 1.4 million per year in 2010–2020 (Table W-11). Even if immigration were to drop by about 30 percent, household growth should still exceed its 1995–2000
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