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29 April 2011

Powerful women as likely to cheat as men

Women in powerful positions are just as likely as men to cheat on their spouses, according to new research.

Women in powerful positions are just as likely as men to cheat on their spouses, according to new research.

He and his team analysed responses from 1,561 people who took part in an anonymous online survey. They were asked about their amount of power at work, confidence levels, and perception of risks associated with infidelity.

 
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