56% of People Would Rather Marry For Money Than Love

According to a new, uplifting study, the majority of Americans admit that they’d rather marry someone for MONEY over LOVE.

56% of people say that marrying someone who, quote, “provides financial security” is more important than marrying someone because they’re, quote, “head over heels” in love.

And there wasn’t much of a difference between men and women saying money beats love . . . it was 54% of men and 57% of women.

But even though money is such a key factor . . . we sure do put off bringing it up.

The study found that most people do things like meeting someone’s parents, traveling together and discussing politics before they ask about the other person’s debt and spending habits.


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