Every ninth Czech child lives with unmarried parents, according to figures released by the Czech Statistical Office on Friday. The so called factual marriages with children account for 11.2 percent of all Czech families. However, the numbers differ greatly in each region; the highest share of factual marriages with children – around 15 percent – has been registered in Prague and the Karlovy Vary region, the lowest – 8 percent – in the central Vysočina region. Some 44 percent of all factual marriages in the country have children.
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