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Almost 70% of swingers claimed no problem with jealousy; approximately 25% admitted "I have difficulty controlling jealousy when swinging" as "somewhat true", while 6% said this was "yes, very much" true.
Swingers rate themselves happier ("very happy": 59% of swingers compared to 32% of non-swingers) and their lives more "exciting" (76% of swingers compared to 54% of non-swingers) than non-swingers, by significantly large margins.
60% said that swinging improved their relationship; 1.7% said swinging made their relationship less happy.
According to 2010 estimates by the Kinsey Institute "swinging is relatively uncommon in the United States".
Research on swinging has been conducted in the United States since the late 1960s.
John Stossel produced an investigative news report into the swinging lifestyle.
Stossel's report in 2005 cited Terry Gould's research, which concluded that "couples swing in order to not cheat on their partners".
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To avoid unwanted pregnancy, the contraceptive pill is available.