GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Relationship Age Gap Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"Age gap relationships are generally more accepted with an older man than a woman, with 8% of all married heterosexual couples involving an older woman and a younger man."

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"33% of Americans feel that a significant age difference makes the relationship less likely to succeed."

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"Relationships with a large age gap of 10 years or more are 39% more likely to break up."

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"Only 10% of marriages have a 5-year age gap in the U.S., and that percentage decreases if the gap is 10 years or more"

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"For 6% of marriages in US, the husband is at least 6 years younger than the wife."

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"The average age gap in the US is around 2.3 years."

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"The larger the age gap, the shorter the marriage, with a 5 year difference increasing the likelihood of divorce by 18%."

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"Marriages with a 10-year age gap have a 39% higher chance of divorce."

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"Only 1% of marriages in England and Wales involve an age difference of 20 years or more."

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"In relationships with a 20 year age gap, the younger partner is more likely to report being unsatisfied and anxious about their relationship."

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"The most common age gap between couples in the UK is 1-2 years (34%)."

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"For same-sex couples, the median age gap is 4.5 years compared to 2.3 years within heterosexual couples."

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"95% of men marrying for the first time in South Korea have a wife at least one year younger than them."

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"Only 2.6% of women marry a spouse six years their junior in Japan."

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"23% of married couples in the U.S. have an age difference of at least five years."

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"The Royal marriages in the UK have an average age-gap of 3.5 years."

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"The most common age gap between married couples in the U.S. is one to two years, which accounts for 28% of couples."

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