January 31, 2023

Solely 16.5% of youngsters ages 17 to 19 in Japan consider they are going to undoubtedly marry sooner or later, with others citing psychological and monetary considerations in tying the knot, a latest survey by a philanthropic group confirmed.

The low figures seen within the December on-line survey by Nippon Basis distinction with 65.5% of the 1,000 respondents who mentioned they want to marry. Some 17.4% mentioned they don’t have such a want.

In a multiple-choice query asking why the respondents consider they won’t be married, 47.3% of 514 males who gave legitimate solutions mentioned they don’t have a companion or suppose they won’t discover one, with 23.2% citing monetary difficulties.

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