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Reasons to stay single according to Japanese bachelors in 2015

The statistic illustrates the reasons to choose single life over married one according to not yet married men in Japan as of June 2015. Most of the respondents see the benefits of single life in freedom of action and lifestyle. Only 2.8 percent of Japanese bachelors indicated maintaining social connection through work as a main reason to stay single.

Reasons to choose single life over married life according to not yet married men in Japan as of June 2015

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Release date

September 2016

Region

Japan

Survey time period

June 2015

Number of respondents

2,706 respondents

Age group

18-34 years

Special properties

up to two anwers were allowed per respondent

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