Want To Marry A Millionaire? Survey Gives Insight Into Millionaires' Marriage Preferences
Kanye West and Jamie Foxx may have recorded "Gold Digger" from a guy's perspective, but a new survey of millionaires looking for love suggests that it's millionaire women, not millionaire men, who are are most apprehensive about remarrying.
MillionaireMatch.com -- a dating site for the rich -- surveyed 5,000 divorced millionaire members and found that 83.4 percent of wealthy men would consider remarrying in the next 5 years, while only 5.2 percent said never again. Eleven percent said they'd consider tying the knot after five years.
It was a different story for women on the site. A whopping 67.9 percent of divorced female millionaires said "no thanks" to marrying again, or would wait at least 10 years or more before tying the knot. A mere 32.1. percent of female millionaires said they were willing to consider remarrying in the next 5 years.
It's not the first time MillionaireMatch.com has looked at the dating preferences of its users. Back in September, the site surveyed its members and found that a majority of millionaire men, 79.6 percent, seek out non-millionaire women, while 84.5 percent of the female millionaires would prefer to date another millionaire.