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Do you think it's important to get married in this day and age?Please select an option Oops! Something went wrong, please try again later.
Yes, it's important in order to create a family unit and for companionship
23% - 910 votes
Not at all. Being single is far more liberating
9% - 362 votes
There is no general answer to this, it's each to their own
49% - 1980 votes
Yes, society still frowns on unmarried people, especially women
1% - 55 votes
It depends on whether you are able to find a compatible partner
18% - 715 votes
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