(Wayne County, IN)--The U.S. Census has released new estimates for last year. Here are some of the more compelling numbers. According to the census, 55% of Wayne County kids under the age of six are now growing up in one-parent households, with only 45% growing up in traditional two-parent households. It’s a shift from 2005 when twice as many local kids grew up in two-parent households than as did with just one parent. Here’s another telling statistic. More than half of all Wayne County babies born last year, 54%, were born to girls or women who are currently living in poverty. Wayne County’s median household income now stands at $45,000. But, 42% of households are now earning less than $35,000 annually. The Census says the number of people under the age of 25 with bachelors’ degrees who are living locally has dropped by one-third in the last year. Wayne County’s population now stands at 66,185. That’s a drop of almost 800 people since 2005.