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A visual look at results of our money secrets survey

TODAY.com and SELF.com Tuesday released results of an extensive survey we conducted earlier this year on relationships and money.As we reported earlier, 37 percent of men and 56 percent of women acknowledge having lied to their partner about money.Here are some other details from the survey of 23,000 online participants:More than 34 percent of men and women who have kept money secrets say it's b
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TODAY.com and SELF.com Tuesday released results of an extensive survey we conducted earlier this year on relationships and money.

As we reported earlier, 37 percent of men and 56 percent of women acknowledge having lied to their partner about money.

Here are some other details from the survey of 23,000 online participants:

  • More than 34 percent of men and women who have kept money secrets say it's because they disagree with their partner about where to spend the money.
  • 32 percent of women said they have hidden purchases from their partner, compared with only 17 percent of men.
  • More than 25 percent of women said they would pretend something was old when it was actually a new purchase, compared with about 8 percent of men.
  • The poll found that about 70 percent of women and 63 percent of men thought that honesty about money was as important as remaining monogamous.

For a visual representation of our findings, click on the image above.

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