Croatia is the country with the most 'mama's boys' in European Union, according to Bloomberg that brings a chart of countries with under-35s that still live with their parents. When it comes to 'mama's girls' our country would also be in the top with more than 60 percent of the ladies that still didn't leave their parents' home.
Some would say that there are no surprises on the list because it's hard for the young people to 'cut the chains' because of the situation in the country as well as the Euorpean Union slow-moving economy.
Young people from Denmark, Finland and Sweden are at the bottom of the list. Young Finish women are more likely to live their parents' home, with only 14 percent still living with their mums and dads.