(FOX NEWS) — Most romantic relationships are surviving and thriving amid coronavirus stay-at-home orders this, according to a new Monmouth University poll.
More than 800-Americans, who were either married, living with a significant other, or in a romantic relationship were surveyed.
59-percent said they were “extremely satisfied,” showing similar results from past national polls; 57-percent in 2017 and 58-percent in 2014.
The poll also concluded, seven in 10 feel the outbreak hasn’t affected how often they argue and about 74-percent believe their relationship has not changed since the pandemic began.
The poll was conducted from April 30th to May 4th.
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