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Polish Marriages and Families: Some Statistics

Recently the Report was published about the situation of the family in Poland in years 2000-2001 as compared to 1980-es. Here is the link to the information about it in Polish. It is obvious that a change in political situation in Poland affected Polish demographic situations and Polish family.According to this report each year there are less people to get married. In the beginning of 1980-es there were nine marriages per every one thousand of people, in 90-es only six. Partly the demographic situation is to blame. In early 90-es many people who were born in late 50-es were married - this was a time of the baby boom in Poland. The concubinage is very rare in Poland, only 1.2 %; much less than in the Western Europe.

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Polish Marriages and Families: Some Statistics (part II)

The most common model of marriage is between people from the same age group (49.1%) and also similar economical status and especially similar education level (53.4%). This tendency is a positive one according to the psychologists because marriages of this kind seldom finish in divorce.

Since Polish women are usually well educated I met several couples where the education level of women was higher than these of the men.

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