People aren't getting married as much as they used to, according to the Pew Research Center.
In fact, marriage rates have been on the decline since 1960 and with millennials opting to marry later in life it doesn't look like the trend will be reversing any time soon.
The Center also found adults of all ages are choosing to live together and raise children outside of marriage at an increasing rate.
In general, urban cities have much lower marriage rates than their suburban and rural counterparts.
Washington D.C., for example, often reports the lowest marriage rate of anywhere in the country.
With that in mind, a new ConsumersAdvocate.org study rounded up which big cities deviate most from the trend and have the most married couples.