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How's your love life? Take our relationships survey

MARRIED? In a de facto or gay/lesbian relationship, or single and proud of it?

We will carry a special feature on relationship trends next month and, to help us gauge the state of our relationships and friendships in the modern age, we're seeking your input.

All you need to do is click here to go to our online relationships survey.

It only takes a couple of minutes to complete, but will help us get a snapshot of what relationships in our region look like, if marriage is becoming fashionable again, how our singletons are trying to meet new partners, and whether or not social networking is taking the place of good old-fashioned catch-ups at the coffee shop or pub.

And don't forget to look out for our feature series next month, where you can find out all the results and see where you fit into the mix.

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