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Estimates today find married men cheating at rates between 25 percent and 72 percent. Given that many people are loath to admit that they cheat, research on cheating may underestimate its prevalence. But it appears that cheating is as common as fidelity. 2. If you really love your partner, you’ll remain faithful.What percentage of husbands cheat?
Close to half of all marriages end in dissolution or divorce and the percent of cheating spouse is estimated to be as high as 60%, which is regarded by many as a conservative figure and that the actual percentage is much higher. It doesn’t seem odd because infidelity is one of the primary reasons for the high divorce rate.How many marriages cheat?
Most married people don’t cheat. In a 1991 study, sex researcher Shere Hite found that 70 percent of married women have cheated on their partners; a 1993 follow-up study found that 72 percent of married men have as well.Who cheats more men or women?
Well, men tend to cheat more than women , but there's evidence the infidelity gap is closing. This isn't due to the fact that men are having fewer affairs than they once did. Rather it has to do with the fact that women are cheating more often than men are. Or so some data reveals.