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Estimated median age of Americans at their first wedding in the United States from 1998 to 2019, by sex:

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CharacteristicMenWomen
199826.725
199926.925.1
200026.825.1
200126.925.1
200226.925.3
200327.125.3
200427.425.3
200527.125.3
200627.525.5
200727.525.6
200827.625.9
200928.125.9
201028.226.1
201128.426.4
201228.626.6
20132926.6
201429.327
201529.227.1
201629.927.9
201729.928.1
201830.128.3
201930.328.4

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So, it looks like both men and women are getting married at an older age every year!

Divorce Statistics by Religion

By Jennifer L. Betts

Catholic

According to research by the Pew Research Center, Catholics had one of the lowest incidences of divorce, with 19 percent having been divorced out of 4,752 interviewed. The Gospel Coalition noted there is a somewhat significant difference between those who are actively practicing Catholics and those who consider themselves nominally Catholic. The coalition found nominal Catholics are 5 percent less likely to divorce than non-religious persons, while Catholics who are actively practicing in their parishes are 31 percent less likely to get divorced than non-religious persons.

Protestant

The Pew Research Center found Protestant individuals (anyone who identified themselves as non-Catholic, but Christian) included 74% of all Christians, and had a divorce rate of approximately 51 percent out of a sampling of 4,752 individuals. However, these were broken down by Evangelical Protestant, Mainline Protestant, and Historically Black Protestant. Of this 74%, the highest number of divorces among this group were the Evangelical Protestants at 28 percent. The Historically Black Protestants had a divorce rate of only 9 percent according to the study.”

Mormon

Mormons had a divorce rate of about 1 percent. Many studies attribute the low divorce rate among this group to the strong emphasis on families and a powerful religious affiliation.

Muslim Divorce Rate

The most comprehensive study on divorce among Muslims was conducted in the 1990s by Dr. Ilyas Ba-Yunas, a professor of sociology at the State University of New York. According to his research, the divorce rate among American Muslims was slightly more than 31 percent. Top reasons for divorce among Muslims, cited by a later Sound Vision survey, include pressures and issues with in-laws, adultery and harem sex, and incompatibility. However, in 2018, the Pew Research Center listed Muslims having an 8 percent separated or divorced rate out of a sampling of 234.

Jewish Divorce Rates

The most recent available study on divorce statistics among those of Jewish faith states approximately 9 percent of those surveyed have been divorced or separated. A 2017 article in The Jerusalem Post reports the divorce rate among members of the Orthodox Jewish faith is on the rise. The reasons for this include changes in society’s values, the desire for instant gratification, and a disconnected world.

https://divorce.lovetoknow.com/Divorce_Statistics_by_Religion

The statistics are in-you want to get married and stay married? Find a guy who is active in his church.

The Top 5 Reasons for Divorce

  1. Infidelity. Cheating on your spouse not only breaks a vow—it breaks the trust in a relationship. …
  2. Lack of Intimacy. Physical intimacy is important in any romantic relationship, but it is essential to the growth of a long-term relationship. …
  3. Communication. …
  4. Money. …
  5. Addiction.

Feb 8, 2021

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So, actually, the chances of meeting someone special are not usually through online dating sites. Most people met future spouses through friends, at a social gathering and either work or school. So, it helps to have friends!