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People are more likely to cheat as they become more economically dependent on their spouses, according to a study released Monday in the June issue of the American Sociological Review.
(Heidi Stevens)• Sixteen percent of all Americans admit having cheated on their current partner, with 20 percent of men and 13 percent of women admitting to outside-the-relationship dalliances.• A significant number of people wouldn't necessarily leave a partner who proposed an open relationship.
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C., churches across the country are finding tangible and heartfelt ways to love the stranger,” said Leith Anderson, president of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). While only 32 percent indicated that they have been persecuted for their Christian faith, 76 percent expect they will be persecuted in coming years.
"The more informed people are, the more careful they'll be, and marriage is a big step."Some highlights:• Midwesterners are the most faithful romantic partners in the country, with just 10 percent of all Midwesterners reporting they've had sexual relations with someone outside of their relationship, and just 7 percent of married Midwesterners saying so.
That compares with 16 percent of all Northeasterners, 17 percent of Southerners and 20 percent of people who live in the West."Communities in the Midwest have less ingress and egress, which is to say they tend to be more stable," Schwartz told me. If you're around all people you know, if you're still friends with the people you went to high school with, that makes a big difference.
Almost 60 percent of those who answered “yes” said that at least one of the websites they used was a Christian website.
Twenty-two percent weren’t sure if the person they knew used a Christian or secular dating website, … “Unlike many other civic institutions — Boy Scouts, AARP, etc.