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How would you handle a cheating partner?
1) Yes, and I regret it to this day
Surprisingly, the numbers for men were similar to those of the women polled. 39 percent said they wouldn't cheat, while 20 percent admitted to cheating and regretting it. 14 percent said they had cheated and would again, while only 4 percent said they would as retaliation. Finally, 22 percent confessed to being tempted but not following through.
"The Date.com results show that although most people will remain faithful, there are still many cheaters out there, repentant or not," said Brenda Ross, relationship advisor for Date.com.
"However, this doesn't point to a breakdown in relationships as a whole since many partners either won't cheat or have resisted the temptation to do so," she added.
Let's hope Uma, Halle and Justin fare better the next time around!
This poll generated 1215 respondents.
Full credit for this news article goes to: date.com
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