New survey results compound previous findings with the news that 46% of Japanese women admit to cheating on their partners.
The survey, conducted by StyleWalker, asked 2,000 Japanese women in their teens and twenties “Have you ever cheated on someone?”
23% confessed to some prior acts of infidelity, giving the usual creative excuses or remorseful vows never to do it again until the next time.
A further 9% admit to “unintentionally” cheating, giving such highly convincing excuses as “I was dating someone, but he confessed to me and I couldn’t refuse…” and “I fell for someone else even though I was dating him.”
4% actually acknowledged they were currently cheating on their man, some even with more than one person…
However, 54% of women asked would not admit to cheating on their partners, though whether this implies innocence or discretion is certainly open to question.
These results seem extraordinarily similar to another, previous survey; that put the proportion of cheating women at a close 45% of the total, suggesting the results may be quite reliable.