I saw this survey on Chemistry.com regarding single people and role money plays in their relationship. Check out some of their findings:

- Men were more likely (69% of men vs. 57% of women) to change their spending habits if asked to by their significant other.

- Men are almost twice as likely (33% of men vs. 17% of women) to agree to pool their money when engaged or in early stages of relationships.

- Women prefer men to be the primary breadwinners.

- Most men wouldn't mind not being the primary breadwinner.

Are any of you surprised by these results?  Now also note that they surveyed SINGLE people who are answering questions regarding money and romantic relationships.  I find that to be a little confusing.  Shouldn't they be surveying couples?

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