'New York Times': The Happiest of All Wives in America Are Religious Conservatives

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Over the weekend, The New York Times caused an uproar of anger on social media after it published an op-ed showcasing a report that detailed the happiest of American wives identify as religious conservatives.

"It turns out that the happiest of all wives in America are religious conservatives, followed by their religious progressive counterparts," The New York Times Opinion wrote in a tweet.

The study was conducted by three professors, W. Bradford Wilcox, professor of sociology at the University of Virginia; Jason S. Carroll, a professor of marriage and family studies at Brigham Young University; and Laurie DeRose, an adjunct lecturer in the sociology department at Georgetown University.

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