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New Zealand marriage has become a more competitive competition since the arrival of the new couple.
In a new study released on Wednesday, research firm GSS found New Zealanders are far less likely to say they have married someone in New Zealand comp바카라사이트ared with 18 months ago.
However, the survey also showed men are far more likely to say they “haven’t made up their minds” regarding whether or not they’ll marry.
Only 14 per cent of New Zealanders polled said they were “definitely committed” to one-another, even though 28 per cent were currently married or in the process of getting married.
The survey also found that the number of couples settling in New Zealand, particularly those between 18 and 34 years old, has increased by 20 per cent over the past 12 months to over 30,500.
The number of singles living in New Zealand has also increased, to more than 30,000 – an almost 17 per cent increase.
In New Zealand, a woman has the right to marry at any age, if she is 18 years or older, and they are also able to live independently of each other, as long as their partners do not live in New Zealand.
Meanwhile, the number of couples in New Zealand who have a non-citizen partner – both legal and not – has increased from 21 to 24 per cent in the past 12 months, and from 5,000 to 6,500 since 2004.
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