SURVEY: NIGERIAN WOMEN TOP THE LIST OF 8 MOST UNFAITHFUL WIVES IN THE WORLD
A new survey which shows countries with the top 8 most unfaithful wives in the world has surfaced…
In the new survey gotten from IndianTvNews, it states the top nationalities of women who are prone to being unfaithful even while being married, according to their countries. The new survey showcased how regardless of marital status, sexual orientation, or a committed relationship, women still in the real sense tend to be unfaithful.
The new survey was conducted by condom manufacturer, Durex. A total number of 29,000 people in 36 countries were interviewed and the interview ranked Nigerian women as the most unfaithful in the world. All in all, 50-65% of husbands and 40-55% of wives have an affair before they are 40.
Here are the top the 8 countries of most unfaithful wives according to IndianTvNews and reasons why:
1. Nigerian women
62% of Nigerian women are unfaithful. Recently Major Chitsiko, a soldier, committed a suicide after his wife cheated on him. The couple was estranged. Also in November 2011, Erelu Tola Solomon, a social elite in Lagos and Abuja, decided to ruin her 25 year marriage after having sex with a Lagos businessman.
2. Thai women
59% of women living in Thailand admitted to cheating on their husbands. The rules seem more relaxed in Thailand than they are in the West. Many husbands even allow their wives to commit adultery.
3. British women
A UNLV article on infidelity and extramarital affairs noted that Britain have cases at a rate of 42%. The country experiences a high rate of women cheating.
4. Malaysian women
33% of Malaysians are known to have cheated. 39% of the Malaysian women, in particular, are known to betray their marriage vows. It was also revealed that Malaysian men have on average 3 sex partners.
5. Russian women
33% of Russian women are known to be cheaters. Interestingly enough, the adulterer is not the one to blame in Russia. The finger points towards the person who kindles the affair. The fingers also point to women and that has been a ‘century-old tradition’.
6. Singaporean women
Durex also established that 19% of women in Singapore are known to be unfaithful. Singapore men are known to have up to 16 sex partners, which explains why the country has 19% unfaithful women.
7. French women
Women in France are 16.3% likely to commit adultery. Men are 22% likely. A Huffington Post article believes that France makes adultery mandatory – 93% of the population is committing it.
8. American women
14% of married women in US admitted to having an affair once during their married life. 54% of the married men did not know about their spouses extramarital activities. This comes in a society where 50% believe that adultery is morally wrong. Interestingly enough 61% of Americans believe that adultery should not be a crime.
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