Στατιστικά Στοιχεία για την Συμβίωση πριν το Γάμο
- A U.S. survey of adults found that couples who lived together before marriage were one-third more likely to separate or divorce within a decade.
- Another national study has followed 1180 persons since 1980 . By 1992, divorces had occurred among 29 percent of those who had cohabited before marriage and 13 percent of those who had not. In the National Survey of Family Growth, the corresponding divorce percentages were 26 and 15 within ﬁve years of marriage.
- A 1990 Gallup survey of still-married Americans also found that 40 percent of those who had cohabited before marrying, but only 21 percent of those who had not, said they might divorce.
- A Canadian national survey of 5300 women found that those who cohabited were 54 percent more likely to divorce within 15 years.
- A Swedish study of 4300 women found cohabitation linked with an 80 percent greater risk of divorce.
- And if either partner was a ‘‘serial cohabitor’’—having previously cohabited with one or more others besides the spouse—the likelihood of divorce is even greater.
από το βιβλίο του Ψυχολόγου David Myers «The American Paradox. Spiritual hunger in the age of plenty»
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