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Study: 35% of new marriages started with online intro (podcast) MP3

More than one-third of all U.S. marriages between 2005 and 2012 involve couples who met online, according to a study commissioned by dating service eHarmony.com. eHarmony CEO Neil Clark Warren (Credit: eHarmony) The survey, conducted by Harris Interactive and analyzed by a University of Chicago professor, found that, compared to people who met offline, these marriages "were slightly less likely to result in a ma... Source: posidn-api.cnet.com

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