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One can look at long distance relationship statistics to find out many different facts on long distance relationships. One of the first things to consider is how many people in the country are actually in a long distance relationship.
Many people cringe at the thought of carrying on a long distance relationship. Statistics showed that about 14 to 15 million people in the United States considered themselves in a long distance relationship (in 2005).
For instance, one or both partners may go away for military duty.
This is about the same as the Democratic advantage among women in 2012 (55% Obama vs. The advantage for Trump among men is larger than the 7-point advantage Romney had in 2012 and much different than in 2008, when men preferred Obama over Mc Cain by a single point.
Trump’s performance among men is similar to that of George W.
In fact, nearly a third of all people who claim they are in this type of relationship say these are college relationships.
Non-marital relationships are not the only ones in which long distance may be a factor.
As we ease into 2016, maybe it’s prudent that we take a step back and survey the social media landscape.