Long Distance Relationships Have a 31% Success Rate
Only one in four Americans have been in a long-distance relationship before.
A lot of people think long-distance relationships don’t stand a chance but, a new study found out what the actual success rate is. Only one in four Americans have been in a long-distance relationship before. But, of the people who have, 31% said it worked out. That’s the number of people who eventually moved and turned it into a short-distance relationship. people define “long distance” differently though with around half saying you have to be in a different state or country. Other people said at least two hours away counts. Another interesting fact…11% of those currently dating long distance have never met in person.