MSN: Nearly half of all Aussies think marriage is a bigger commitment than having kids

Originally published: MSN, 28 February 2019

Married at First Sight may have you thinking that Australians are keen to run down the aisle as quickly as they can, but new research has shown that most of us think saying “I do” is the biggest commitment we can make.

Of the 1,500 people surveyed by ME Bank, 49 per cent said that getting married was the biggest commitment they could imagine.

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