More than half of surveyed users said they were fine with a partner who outearned them.
Some 52% said they’d be “very comfortable” if a partner made more than they did.
The remaining respondents either went with “somewhat important” (about 39%) or skipped the question (about 21%).
Concern about a prospective partner’s wealth varies by city.
Less than 1% said they’d be very uncomfortable in this situation.
Most respondents value career ambition in a partner.
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