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Poll: How did you get mixed?

blendAs I work on my book about religious/nonreligious mixed marriages, one of the important variables is when the couple got “mixed” and whether they still are. Couples who were both religious at the beginning, then had one partner lose the faith, deal with different issues than a couple that was already mixed at the altar. Same with couples who were both nonreligious, then had one partner become religious.

There’s also much to be learned from couples that started mixed, then both ended up on one team or the other. This is all part of the formal survey coming out later this month, but for now, here’s the informal poll question of the week.

IF you are (or have been) in a religious/nonreligious mixed marriage, please choose the most accurate statement:

  • We were both religious when we were first married, then one of us became nonreligious. (33%, 32 Votes)
  • When we got married, one was religious, the other nonreligious. Now we are both nonreligious. (32%, 31 Votes)
  • One of us has been religious and the other nonreligious since we were married. (28%, 27 Votes)
  • We are a religious/nonreligious mix, but none of the above. (7%, 7 Votes)
  • We were both nonreligious when we were first married, then one of us became religious. (1%, 1 Votes)
  • When we got married, one was religious, the other nonreligious. Now we are both religious. (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 98

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[Note: If you choose "none of the above," please explain in the comments. Thanks!]

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  1. I now think religious belief is silly and irrelevant. But if I had the option, I’d go back into the closet and lie about my beliefs for the sake of my marriage. It’s been awful.

    Comment: IndyAz – 13. May 2013 @ 3:39 pm

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