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On May 25, 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in the EU.
Surprisingly, the French were the most faithful, with less than a third of both men and women saying they've been disloyal.
Head of the website behind the research, Alex Fantini, said the difference in figures can be attributed to the sexual culture in each country.
In her own research, Munsch looked at data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY97), an anonymous, nationally representative survey of people born between 19 that was conducted by the U. Anyone who was married and answered yes to these questions was coded as unfaithful.
She found that for both men and women, being economically dependent (making less money than your spouse) was correlated to increased rates of cheating.
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In dating violence, one partner tries to maintain power and control over the other through abuse.Perhaps most shocking though, are the infidelity figures for the UK.Almost half (45 per cent) of British men admit to straying from their significant other at least once.Across the six studies, Alter and Hershfield also found that 9-enders reported being particularly preoccupied with aging, and were more likely to wonder whether their lives were meaningful.This could lead to a rise in behaviors that "suggest a search for, or a crisis of meaning," such as an affair, the researchers said.Speaking to The Times, Alex said: "Officially, affairs remain taboo in (France and Spain), which is why people do it more."On the one hand people are afraid to be judged, but on the other they want to have affairs because it is forbidden." The survey was commissioned by Italian website The idea that the person you love is betraying your trust and engaging in intimate rendezvous with someone else is emotionally devastating."The less money you make relative to your spouse, the more likely you are to cheat.We compare ourselves: you don't want to see yourself coming out on the losing end," Munsch told Live Science.Their data suggested that the most frequent responses were ages ending in 5.While these aren't definitive findings, they suggest that a lying 30-year-old is more likely to say they're 25 than 29. She compared people's marital status with their responses to questions about whether they had multiple sex partners in the past year, and whether they had had sex with a stranger.