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As of 2015, the divorce rate in the United States is about 30 percent. The U.S. divorce rate peaked in the the 1970s and 1980s when about 50 percent of marriages ended in divorce, but it has been steadily going down ever... More »

In the United States, the divorce rate for second marriages is estimated at between 60 and 67 percent. Third marriages fare considerably worse, with the divorce rate estimated between 73 and 74 percent. More »

As of Aug. 16, 2012, the average divorce rate globally on arranged marriages was 4 percent. Around 55 percent of the marriages in the world are arranged. On average, men in those marriages are 4.5 years older than the wo... More »

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