About 80% of people celebrate their 70 years of marrige
Well, the U.S. Census Bureau says that only about 6 percent of married couples make it to their 50th wedding anniversary so I would assume that an even less percentage make it to the 70th anniversary. Interesting how the answer above came up with 80%.
Since 'Smith' is a common surname, the only way to get a definitive answer - would be to search through ALL the births, deaths and marriage records in the national archives - which would take many years !
actually about 2% of black American's celebrate Kwanzaa, about 14% of the black community know the holiday was a made up holiday i believe in the year 1966!
you can be in disiploment for 3 years
There is no such thing as traditional marriage, since marriage originates from many many different traditions. But if you are asking about the ratio between opposite sex monogamous marriage and same sex monogamous marriage, the ratio in 2013 was more than 100 hetero marriages for every gay marriage.
A lot of people.
We celebrate Easter, Christmas, New Years Eve, New Years Day, Bonfire Night and Halloween, some people also celebrate Lent and Thanksgiving but not that many.
In most states if there is no license, there is no marriage. Some states allow a common law marriage when people have been living together for many years.
Alot of people celebrate valentines day even me:)
I don't believe that many Vietnamese people celebrate Easter.
One day, Malanka is the equivalence of Halloween but it is celebrated on New Years day.
Yes of course it is that's why so many people have new years parties