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Highly religious individuals are most likely to hold up traditional models of marriage despite the financial costs involved, including the loss of income when one parent cares full time for children.
Marriage is taking a hit lately. The number of new marriages declined 5 percent from 2009 to 2010. But those people questioning whether the institution can still work for them may want to have a little faith.