(HOUSTON) — Straying in Sugar Land! Betrayal in Baytown! Lying in Larchmont!
Houston residents are engaging in extra-marital affairs in record numbers, according to new data from AshleyMadison.com — a dating site with the motto “life is short, have an affair,” designed for people already in relationships.
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The company revealed the least faithful neighborhoods in the Houston area, according to information from the 159,763 members who live here.
According to AshleyMadison membership per capita, the highest number of affair seekers live in Sugar Land.
And not only does Sugar Land have the most cheaters in the Greater Houston area, it’s also home to the most single women seeking married men.
West University Place and Baytown round out the top three zip codes.
Here’s the full list:
1. Sugar Land (8.9 percent)
2. West University Place (8.8 percent)
3. Baytown (8.4 percent)
4. Eastwood (7.8 percent)
5. Larchmont (7.5 percent)
6. Braeswood (7.1 percent)
7. Westchase (6.6 percent)
8. Kingwood (6.5 percent)
9. River Oaks (6.3 percent)
10. Meyerland (6.1 percent)
According to the website’s data, 47 percent of Houston’s philanderers are female with an average age of 35. They also found that members in Meyerland have the most children.
With 24 million members in 35 countries and 10 languages, AshleyMadison is expected to bring in more than $120 million this year.
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