Buckinghamshire and Aylesbury Vale score high on 'marriage success rate'

Buckinghamshire marriages have the fourth highest successrate in the UK, research has revealed.

By Thomas Bamford
Wednesday, 26th May 2021, 12:39 pm
Updated Wednesday, 26th May 2021, 12:40 pm
What do you make of these figures?
What do you make of these figures?

According to new research from Flowercard married couples living in Buckinghamshire have the 4th highest marriage success rate in the UK, of 91.97%.

To put this into perspective, the UK as a whole has a marriage success rate of 59.09%.

The study analysed government data to discover the number of divorces that were finalised between 2011-2020 to reveal what parts of the UK and the world have the highest marriage success rate.

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You can view the research in full here: https://www.flowercard.co.uk/blog/staying-together

Top 10 counties where people are most likely to stay together

Somerset - 93.88% marriage success rate

Surrey - 92.98% marriage success rate

Lincolnshire - 92.47% marriage success rate

Buckinghamshire - 91.97% marriage success rate

Northamptonshire - 91.68% marriage success rate

Hertfordshire - 91.47% marriage success rate

North Yorkshire - 91.39% marriage success rate

Leicestershire - 91.09% marriage success rate

Cumbria - 91.08% marriage success rate

Derbyshire - 90.72% marriage success rate

When it comes to the counties where couples are more likely to stay together, Somerset comes out on top, with a marriage success rate of 93.88%.

Surrey and Lincolnshire follow with a success rate of 92.98% and 92.47% respectively.