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Questions - Marriage and Work - July 16-17, 2013

55% See Marriage As Very Important To Society
Men Are Still Chief Breadwinners in Most Relationships
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National Survey of 1,818 American Adults
Conducted July 17-18, 2013
By Rasmussen Reports



1* How important is the institution of marriage to U.S. society?


2* Are you currently married?


3* Are you currently living with a significant other or in a domestic partnership?


4* Have you ever been married?


5* How likely are you to get married in the next five years?  [Only asked of people who are not currently married]


6* In your marriage or domestic partnership, who earns more money—you or your spouse? Or are your incomes roughly the same?  [Answered by 1,238 people who are currently married or in a domestic partnership] 


7* In a family with children, is it good or bad for both parents to work full time?


8* At your workplace, do men and women generally receive equal pay for equal work? [Only asked to those adults who are currently employed]


9* Do you have children under 18 living at home with you?


NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 2 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence