AFFAIRS actually improve marriages, 77 per cent of cheats claim.
And two-thirds of love rats say they have a happy relationship, despite playing away.
Just 33 per cent of those having flings said they were in an unhappy relationship.
The study of 2,000 married cheats revealed that the women were more likely to say they were still in a happy marriage — 71 per cent, compared to 63 per cent of men.
Men were more likely to think an affair improved their marriage, with 81 per cent saying a fling was good for it against 72 per cent of women.
The survey also found that, despite admitting cheating on their partner, 94 per cent would be furious if they found a spouse doing it to them.
Jessica Leoni, of dating site Illicit Encounters which did the research, said: “I’m not shocked that happy people cheat.
"If you’re unhappy, your mind is elsewhere — there’s no way you can compartmentalise an affair. Adulterers don’t want to leave their partners, they just want some extra spice in their lives.”
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