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Dating unmarried

“With family breakdown costing an estimated £46 billion a year – that’s to say, more than the entire defence budget – in addition to the immeasurable social damage, it is clearly in the interest of Government and the taxpayer to work to counter this devastating trend.

The odds were actually pretty good, he informed me.

Sixty-three percent of married couples meet the way we did, through a network of friends. I always knew dating was a numbers game, but I'd never thought to take that saying literally.

But as I continued browsing through my guy's extensive, factoid-heavy book collection, I realized that there were statistics confirming just about every dating phenomenon I'd ever experienced.

While I did meet some really nice men, it was certainly not at the tortuous round of singles events, at which there were always more women than men and everyone had a sad, resigned look in their eyes.

With that in mind, I put together a list of 10 factoids every single person should know: 1. This means there are over 100 million unattached folks out there.

44 percent of adult Americans are single, according to U. So, if you've ever worried, "There's nobody out there for me," know that there's hope! Statistically, the find-someone odds favor guys: There are 86 unmarried men for every 100 unmarried women, although in some regions the gender ratio favors women, especially out west.

‘Men want someone who is fertile but who doesn’t want children just yet,’ she continued.