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Are my own calculations using 2011 mortality data. These arguments you have made are pretty much meaningless since they are based on the assumption that everyone wants to be in a relationship, or worse they rely on the assumption that women want to be in a relationship and men do not. I am not convinced at all that is the case for people in this age group. I am also still not convinced that women stay in loveless marriages because they have no value on the market. The fact that women are more likely to end a marriage just doesn't support that argument.
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