According to a survey, love is especially in the air in the Midwest.
More in the Midwest are feeling the love, as its apparent that Midwesterners prefer to share their life with someone they love more than in other areas of the country.
This is according to a national relationship survey conducted by Avvo, which revealed that, when it comes to marriage or long-term romantic partners, 83% of Midwesterners would prefer to share it with someone they actually loved, compared to 73% in the West, 79% in the South and 81% in the Northeast.
2,000 U.S. adults age 18 and over were interviewed online as part of the study.
Avvo conducts periodic studies of topics at the intersection of lifestyle and the law to better understand the issues facing individuals engaging with attorneys and the legal system. Given that divorce and family law are two of the largest and most routine needs for legal help in the United States, understanding the relationship dynamics that lead to marriage, divorce, and family planning are beneficial to the legal consumers and attorneys whom Avvo serves.