Health & Fitness This unexpected factor predicts whether love will last

07:50  17 april  2018
07:50  17 april  2018 Source:   prima.co.uk

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New research has shown that income may be linked to how long a couple is likely to last.: This unexpected factor predicts whether love will last © Westend61 - Getty Images This unexpected factor predicts whether love will last Call us hopeless romantics, but we've always liked to imagine that long-lasting love has little do with wealth or status.

But, at least according to the results of one new study, it looks like money may have more of a bearing on relationships than we would have hoped.

Yep, new research from Cornell University claims that an unexpected factor may have an impact on a couple's likelihood of staying together: equality in income...

After studying data from large US surveys on income, covering over 60,000 people for almost 20 years, lead author Patrick Ishizuka found that cohabiting straight couples with equal earnings are the most likely to stay together.

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'Equality appears to promote stability,' he said in a release. 'Equality in men's and women's economic contributions may hold these couples together.'

Couple in love © martin-dm - Getty Images Couple in love On top of his, Ishizuka claims that couples are more likely to walk down the aisle once they have collectively attained a certain level of wealth, dubbed 'the marriage bar'.

'Once couples have reached a certain income and wealth threshold, they're more likely to marry,' he said.

'They want to have a house and a car and enough savings to have a big wedding; and they also want to have stable jobs and a steady income,' he said.

'It's really the couple's combined resources that seem to matter,' he concluded in his research, recently published in the journal Demography.

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Now, what if I told you that there was an actual mathematical formula behind all of these interactions that, in fact, predicts whether your relationship will last or not? In her book, The Mathematics of Love , she explains that now we have a predictable model for relationships.

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Indeed, Ishizuka goes on to claim that couples with a low joint income are the most likely to split up...

'Economically disadvantaged couples are also more likely to separate,' he said.

Hmm, we reckon plenty of couples could prove him wrong!

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