GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Happy Marriage Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"Nearly 90% of people who have been married believe they married their soul mate, according to a survey of more than 4,000 married people by YourTango."

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"Two-thirds of couples (67%) are happy in their relationship."

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"63% of all marriages are happy, according to an American Family Survey."

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"Husbands who share in housework duties are more likely to have a happy marriage. According to a Pew Research report, 62% of married adults said that sharing household chores is very important for a successful marriage."

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"Couples who laugh together report having higher-quality relationships, with 94% saying they share a sense of humor with their partner."

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"According to Psychology Today, couples who express gratitude toward each other have a stronger and happier marriage."

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"The general happiness of a marriage declines over time. However, the rate of decline is nearly identical for both unhappy and very happy marriages, according to research from the National Survey of Families and Households."

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"HuffPost reveals that high-quality marriages encounter less stress and better mental health. The article cites several studies that all draw a link between happiness and marriage quality."

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"Same-sex couples are just as likely to maintain a happy marriage as heterosexual couples, according to a study published in the Journal of Marriage and Family."

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"Statistics indicate that couples who are financially stable tend to have happy marriages, with only 9% of couples with a combined income above $125,000 divorcing, according to The Washington Post."

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"Child-free couples are happier with their relationships and more likely to feel valued by their partner than couples with kids, according to a study by Open University."

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"People in happy marriages are more likely to rate their health as better as they age, reports the Health and Human Services."

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"Couples who met online are more satisfied in their marriages, and less likely to divorce, according to a 2013 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences."

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"According to the United States Census Bureau, the median duration of first marriages that end in divorce is approximately 8 years."

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"Married people are less likely than non-married people to suffer from long-term illness and disability, according to a study from Utah State University."

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"A survey from Woman's Health Magazine reports that 46% of women who feel happy in their marriages cite their partner's sense of humor as a major reason."

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"Happily married couples are more satisfied with life in general, according to a study published in the Journal of Family Psychology."

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"According to a study by the National Marriage Project, 61% of couples believe their marriage is getting better, even after ten years."

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