Question: What percent of long-distance relationships break up?

Forty percent of all long-distance relationships end in breakups, and on average those relationships last just four and a half months.

What percent of long-distance relationships work out?

What percent of long-distance relationships work? A 2018 survey found that 60% of long-distance relationships last. Academic researchers report that 37% of long-distance couples break up within 3 months of becoming geographically close.

Are long-distance relationships more likely to fail?

One of the myths around long distance relationships is that they are always or more likely to fail than other kinds of relationships. However, there is actually no evidence to suggest that this is true.

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