Marriage and Divorce Statistics
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Comparison of Marriage and Divorce Statistics of the United States
Note: In some of the above figures, data for Louisiana, California, Minnesota, Indiana, Hawaii and Georgia are not included and hence the table represents approximate values.
State wise Marriage and Divorce Statistics for the year 2007
The following table has been arranged in the ascending order of marriage rate.
Interrelationship between marriage and divorce
During the early years of marriage, marriages are most susceptible to divorce. Consider that in a given year, 'm' number of marriages have taken place. So, approximately 10 percent of 'm' may be expected to end in divorce after 5 years. Almost 20 percent of 'm' can be expected to end in divorce after 10 years. At the end of 18 years, about 30 percent of 'm' get divorced. When 50 years have passed by, nearly 40 percent of 'm' are in a divorced state.
Comparison of the sexes for the year 2001
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