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"The state's households are growing smaller. In 1970, the average household in greater Boston held 3.5 people; it's 2.5 people today, and shrinking. Even if Massachusetts' population didn't grow at all between 2014 and 2040, shrinking households would mean that Massachusetts would still need 10 percent more housing than it has today." [Globe]