Long-Distance Relationship Statistics

long distance relationship statistics

Are you in a long-distance relationship?

Do you feel overwhelmed?

Then you need to check out this long-distance relationship statistics we have curated for you.

  1. Statistics showed that about 14 to 15 million people in the United States considered themselves in a long-distance relationship
  2. 75 % of all engaged couples have been (at some point) in a long-distance relationship
  3. 2.9 % of all married couples in the states live in a long-distance relationship
  4. 10 % of all marriages in the states started out as a long-distance relationship
  5. 4.5 months – the average time before a long-distance relationship breaks down
  6. 40 % of all long-distance relationships end with a break-up
  7. 70 % of all failed long-distance relationships fail due to unplanned changes.
  8. Most people in long-distance relationships tend to be at least 125 miles away from each other.
  9. They tend to visit each other less than twice a month and call each other at least once every three days.
  10. The average person in a long-distance relationship writes each other a letter about 3 times a month.
  11. 125 miles – the average distance in long-distance relationships
  12. 1.5 times – the average number of times couples visited each other (per month)
  13. 3 letters – the average number of letters couples write to each other (per month)
  14. 2.7 days – the average number of days between couples calling each other
  15. 14 month – the average number of months before couples expect to move back together

Even though a lot of people dread, long-distance relationship, it is not all impossible. If you need a comprehensive guide about making your long-distance relationship work, check out this guide to long-distance relationships.

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