Netflix Knows If Your Partner Is Cheating On You

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Forty-six percent Indian couple - second only to Hong Kong - cheat on their significant other by binging ahead to watch Netflix shows, a new survey has revealed.

While most of the cheating isn't planned, Netflix recommends sleeping with one eye opened because 25% of the cheating happened when one partner falls asleep. It turns out that people are cheating on their loved ones by watching Netflix without them. To make matters worse, 81 percent of cheaters are repeat offenders, and 44 percent have committed the act at least three or more times.

The person most likely to cheat in the United Kingdom is a man under 40 years old.

"Netflix cheating" was first discovered in a 2013 study in the USA where 12% of American admitted to streaming infidelity. The top shows that have tempted lovers to stray include The Walking Dead, House of Cards, Orange Is The New Black, Stranger Things, and Breaking Bad - but let's be honest, if you haven't watched all of Breaking Bad yet, that's on you.

While the cheating is happening all over the world, the countries with the most cheaters are Brazil and Mexico, 57 percent to 58 percent respectively.

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Nearly half (45 percent) never confess to Netflix cheating, but almost the same amount (46 percent) said binge-watching ahead isn't a big deal.

Approximately 54 percent of people surveyed said they remained loyal to their significant other and stuck to their regular watching schedule together - citing spending time together, relaxing together and making conversation as their reasons for staying faithful, Netflix said.

To find this information Netflix issued a survey over a two-week period in December 2016 on streaming habits of couples and received over 30,267 responses.

Netflix recently conducted a global survey of more than 30,000 couples who stream and released its findings on Monday.

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