In a survey, more than 25,000 adults in the U.S. were asked about their friends. I don’t know of any other study as extensive as this one that compared the friends of single and married people, or looked at so many different demographic groups to see if the friend profiles of single and married people were the same in each. The results were strikingly consistent. With just one tiny exception, single people have more friends than married people. It doesn’t matter how you slice it, demographically. The results are still the same.
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“Single People Have More Friends than Married People Do”
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