The Economics of Love

valentineA recent study suggests there is some correlation between money and love. However the results and data available here do not necessarily indicate that money can buy love. Best of all, the study confirms we live in a “loving world” where money matters little on a global level. In fact 70% of people asked around the world reported that their day was typically “love-filled”.  In North America, 81% reportedly “felt love”. Women reportedly get more love than men, and couples feel more love than singles. People who live together out of wedlock get even more love than married spouses. In a small sample of lumber wholesalers, the study found 84% reportedly felt love from a ringing phone.

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