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The survey also revealed a host of secrets to a happy, long-term relationship, according to those who have achieved it – including having no secrets (43 percent), a similar sense of humour (41 percent), never going to sleep on an argument (31 percent) and regular sex (32 percent.)
Over a quarter of the long-term couples polled, said a 50/50 division of household labour was essential to keeping things amicable.
Being able to laugh at each other, not trying to change each other and having an open phone policy all featured in the list.
Almost half of the British couples surveyed, claim they are very happy in their relationship, while a further 29 per cent said they were generally happy.
When it comes to knowing you’ve found the one, a romantic 19 per cent said they realised on their first date, but a more practical 46 per cent said after a few months.
And the survey revealed that one year and five months was the average time to move in together, to ensure a successful long-term relationship.
Overall 48 per cent of Brits believe they have found their soulmate, however despite this one in five admit to being unfaithful to their partner. Of those, as many as 58 per cent were found out by their partner.
Surprisingly a forgiving 85 percent of couples who have experienced infidelity have managed to work things out together – with 38 percent saying an affair actually made their relationship stronger.
17 per cent felt an affair was forgivable on the understanding that it never happens again, while one in ten think being unfaithful doesn’t mean you don’t love your partner.
A spokesperson for ITVX who commissioned the poll said ‘It’s fascinating to learn that almost half of all married couples in the UK are impacted by infidelity. Thankfully, the vast majority of British couples are able to resolve things amicably’.
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THE SECRETS TO A HAPPY LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIP (ACCORDING TO BRITS WHO HAVE BEEN TOGETHER FOR TEN YEARS OR MORE)
- Having fun together – 64 percent
- Admitting when you are wrong – 51 percent
- Always having each other’s backs – 50 percent
- Compromise – 50 percent
- Having no secrets – 43 percent
- Being able to laugh at each other – 42 percent
- Never stopping saying I love you – 42 percent
- Having the same sense of humour – 41 percent
- Never trying to change each other – 36 percent
- Regular sex – 32 percent
- Never going to sleep on an argument – 31 percent
- Being able to cry in front of each other – 27 percent
- A 50/50 division of household chores – 26 percent
- A similar sex drive – 24 percent
- Regular time apart – 22 percent
- Liking the same TV shows – 20 percent
- Cooking together – 17 percent
- Having separate bank accounts. – 16 percent
- Having the same bedtime – 15 percent
- Having an open phone policy – 10 percent
- Like the same takeaways – 10 percent
- Never going to the loo in front of each other – 7 percent
- Being aligned politically – 6 percent
- Forgiving an infidelity – 5 percent
- Separate beds – 5 percent