Social Science Data Collection, Stanford University
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How Couples Meet and Stay Together (HCMST) is a study of how Americans meet their spouses and romantic partners. The study is a nationally representative study of American adults. 4,002 adults responded to the survey, 3,009 of those had a spouse or main romantic partner. Source: Rosenfeld, Michael J., Reuben J. Thomas, and Maja Falcon. 2011. How Couples Meet and Stay Together, Waves 1, 2, and 3: Public version 3.04 [Computer file]. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Libraries.