‘Quarantine Quarrels!’ Are relationships getting worse during stay at home orders?


Survey shows people think the coronavirus crisis will lead to more divorces

Courtesy: Psychology Today

Are “quarantine quarrels” becoming common as couples stay home together during coronavirus pandemic? A new study indictes that might be the case.

A survey conducted this week by TruePublic, asked people aged 16-35 about their relationships and found 57% think divorce rates will increase after the outbreak. 32% of young people say they are seeing their relationships get worse, while only 15% are seeing their relationships get better.

TruePublic is a mobile opinion platform. Its app has 200,000 downloads and receives 2 million opinions from Gen Z’s and millennials every month.

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