According to new analysis of US Census data by the Pew Research Center, a meager 51% of the American population is married. The median age at first marriage for women is 26.5 years and 28.7 years for men. In 1960, 72% of people 18 and older were married, which means if the trend continues, the marriage rate will dip below half within a few years. Maybe those Americans fighting to stop same-sex marriage are just afraid we’re running out and want to ration it for themselves. That still makes them insane, though.