According to PayPal's 2nd annual U.S. and UK based â€œCan't Buy Me Loveâ€ survey, 60 percent of young couples in the U.S. argue over money at least once a month. The survey looks at the effects that money, sex, work and household responsibilities have on a romantic relationship and rank them against each other.
Implications - Other surprising findings uncovered through PayPalâ€™s â€œCanâ€™t Buy Me Loveâ€ survey include the fact that "nearly one in four couples responding to the survey in both countries use online shopping as a way to keep their partners in the dark about their purchases." The survey also found that women think men shouldn't always have to pick up the tab after a date.
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"Can't Buy Me Love" Survey
- By: Evan MonkJan 25, 2008 Updated: Jun 7 2011