Study Reveals Many in LA Do
Louisiana is among the US states most likely to snoop on a partner who they suspect is cheating, with more than a third of residents admitting that they are guilty of spying on their partner. They are just topped by relationship sleuths in Alaska, Vermont, and Rhode Island.
That’s according to BonusFinder.com, who surveyed 5,000 Americans and uncovered the states that are most likely to spy on a partner and the most popular method for snooping.
Just over a third of Louisianian admit to stalking a partner they suspect is cheating Louisianians are most likely to check their partner’s pockets and belongings (27.1%) Just over 25% of Louisianians admit to tracking their partner’s location online Shockingly nearly half of Louisianians say they have been cheated on Louisianians are among the states most likely to spy on their partners with 37.1% of respondents confessing to doing so. According to the survey, Louisianians are most likely to check their partner’s pockets and belongings (27.1%). This is more than 10% higher than the national average.
In second position is the method of tracking their partner’s location online with 25.7% of respondents admitting to doing this. This is the most popular method of snooping in the United States, with most respondents claiming to take their investigations into the online world.
Just shy of this, is checking social media accounts with just under one-fifth of respondents having a sneaky look at their partner’s online activities, determined to get to the bottom of their suspicions.
According to the survey, nationally, Alaskans lead the way in relationship snooping in the US with 54.5% of respondents confessing to spying on their partners. According to the survey, Alaskans are most likely to track their partner’s location online (45.5%).
Following them in second place is Vermont, with 44.4% of respondents emerging as relationship sleuths. Likewise, it seems online snooping is the most common method of investigating suspected infidelity with 33.3% tracking their partner’s location online.
In third place is Rhode Island with 43.8% spying on their partner to see if they are up to no good. According to the survey, 37.5% of respondents in Rhode Island stayed with a partner despite them cheating.
North Dakota respondents proudly declared a pristine track record, asserting that they have never resorted to spying on a suspected cheating partner. Followed by Utah with just 20.4% admitting to spying on a partner and West Virginia with only 25.9% admitting to snooping on a partner suspected of cheating.