I would like to see a more granular breakdown. A 21-year-old living with their parents is very different than a 32-year-old.
Nationwide, 35 percent of people age 18-35 still live with their parents, but the proportion varies from one state to the next.
Nearly half (47 percent) of Millennials in New Jersey live with their parents, a higher proportion than anywhere else in the country, according to an analysis of U.S. Census data by the Detroit Free Press.
Connecticut came in second, with 42 percent of its young people still at home, followed by Rhode Island and New York (41 percent each), and Florida (40 percent).