We hope you’ll never end up with directly experiencing these infidelity statistics, but sometimes, it pays to understand the cold hard numbers - if only so you know where you stand.
Here's a quick primer on infidelity statistics as we head into 2017, and the who, when, why, and how someone cheats.
Recent infidelity statistics suggest that in over ⅓ of marriages, one or both partners admit to cheating.“Even though a large percentage of marriages in recent years have resulted from couples meeting online, looking for partners online may potentially suppress the desire for getting married,” said report author Dr Aditi Paul.“Furthermore the breakup rates for both marital and non-marital romantic relationship were found to be higher for couples who met online that couples who met through offline venues.” The findings contradict a report from the University of Chicago which suggested that online relationships were stronger.Enter in your information below to recieve an estimate in your inbox in minutes.
Unfortunately, existing infidelity statistics suggests that cheating can come at any point in a relationship, from new relationships to solid, seemingly happy relationships.
Somewhat surprisingly, 17% admit to having an affair with a sister-in-law or brother-in-law.