Americans Believe Marriage Unnecessary

A recent poll discovered that a large percentage of Americans believe marriage is “unnecessary.

A poll by Zogby International and AOL of more than 7,000 Americans 20 to 69 years of age found that 44 percent said marriage is not necessary for a life-long, fulfilling relationship according to the Associated Press (AP).

Mike McManus, president of Marriage Savers, a group that works to lower Christian divorce rates, finds the results of the survey alarming reports the AP.
“Unfortunately, the marriage message just doesn’t seem to be getting out to the public,” McManus said. “And what we have is a reflection of Hollywood morals ... in the culture.”

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