Last year, Justin Wolfers and Betsey Stevenson mined Gallup data of a survey conducted in 136 countries on questions of love and relationships.
See the top-ranked and bottom-ranked countries here.
This year, Wolfers tweeted a chart from a new piece in The Atlantic on the countries that feel the most love in the world:
and he also pointed out this item that he contributed to Freakonomics last year:
Finally, other Brookings experts have recently weighed in on the changes in marriage and family formation in America. Here are our recommended stories:
Opposites Don’t Attract: Assortative Mating and Social Mobility
HIP (High Investment Parenting) Marriages Are the Future
How to Save Marriage in America
Can a Federal Program Keep Mom and Dad Together?
Why Marry? (Part 1): A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast