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Study Suggests Couples Who Meet Online Are More Likely To Divorce

Couples Who Meet Online Are More Likely To Divorce

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14.58 4 Nov 2021


Study Suggests Couples Who Meet Online Are More Likely To Divorce


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New research suggests that couples who meet online are six times more likely to divorce within three years than those who meet in traditional settings.
By ten years of marriage, it's those who have met in a workplace who have the highest rate of divorce, according to the Marriage Foundation.
Newstalk reporter Josh Crosbie has been speaking with the researcher behind this study and couples who have met online.

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