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Crossover 2011-12-19 Divorce rates going up

12-20-2011 00:36 BJT

Polls     (Total Votes:Loading
1.Do you think divorce is OK?
A. Once the couples don’t love each other, they should get divorced.
B. If the couples live in different places for a very long time, it’s okay for them to divorce.
C. No, God hates divorce.
D. No, it’s a shame to me and my family.
2.Do you think it’s easier for people living in big cities to divorce?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Hard to say
3.Why divorce rates are going up?
A. People no longer have commitment, only feelings.
B. People pay more attention on money, not love.
C. The society is improving in terms of its social, political and economic structures.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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