Canadian single parents dating
Single-parent families in New Zealand have fewer children than two-parent families; 56% of single-parent families have only one child and 29% have two children, compared to 38% and 40% respectively for two-parent families.
In western society in general, following the separation of a heterosexual couple, a child is placed with the primary caregiver, usually the mother, while the secondary caregiver is usually the father, though the reverse does happen and joint custody is on the rise.
Recent years have seen the increasing incidence and visibility of uncoupled women who choose to be single parents.
When single women seek to get pregnant intentionally in order to become single mothers by choice (or "choice moms"), they often seek an anonymous or known sperm donor.
There are statistical graphs and charts to support previously mentioned concerns and topics.
The following reference ensures statistics of other countries worldwide, rather than just the United States.