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Italy: reasons for separation in 2017 This statistic illustrates the opinions of divorced/separated people related to the reasons why they got divorced in Italy, as of September 2017. According to data, almost 22 percent of the respondents admitted that they marriages ended because of a betrayal or infidelity. 17.5 percent of the interviewees declared that the decision to separate/divorce was conditioned by the fact that there was no more love between the partners.
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This statistic illustrates the opinions of divorced/separated people related to the reasons why they got divorced in Italy, as of September 2017. According to data, almost 22 percent of the respondents admitted that they marriages ended because of a betrayal or infidelity. 17.5 percent of the interviewees declared that the decision to separate/divorce was conditioned by the fact that there was no more love between the partners.
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Release date
October 2017
Region
Italy
Survey time period
September 18-19, 2017
Number of respondents
800 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
separated or divorced respondents
Method of interview
Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)
Supplementary notes
This survey has been carried out using mixed CATI/CAWI methodology.

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