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Is money more important than sex in a marriage?


Jun. 5, 2014 MSN Money

The survey asked what people want in a potential spouse, and 95 percent of respondents said financial responsibility is important.

Physical attractiveness (86 percent) and career ambition (77 percent) also emerged as key factors, but personality compatibility came out on top, with 98 percent of people saying that’s crucial in finding a husband or wife.

The data comes from an online survey of 1,010 married adults conducted April 16 to 19. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

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