- Overall, 41.7% of the users are married, with 40.8% being single. The
users whom reported living with another was 8.8% and those reporting begin
divorced was 5%. Europeans were twice as likely to report living with
another person (16.5%) compared to the US (7.6%).
- Compared to the Third Survey, there are more single and less married
Web users. European users were most likely to be single (50.3%) than married
(28.1%). The converse occurs in the US, with 39.1% of US users being
single and 44.2% being married.
- The "Rather not say!" option accounted for 1.9% of the responses, very
similar to other like questions, e.g. Gender.
As with the Third Survey, there are not many widowed or separated
respondents (total 1.6% combined).
- No major differences were observed between Weekend and Weekday
users with respect to marital status.
By Access Time
- As with the Third Survey, women Web users are less likely to be
married than men (37.7% verses 43.5%) and more likely to be
divorced (6.8% verses (4.2%) or living with another person (10.8% verses
7.9%). The response profiles for this question were significantly different.
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GVU's WWW Surveying Team
Graphics, Visualization, & Usability Center
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280