Cheat in the news

Created 31 Mar 2019 • Last modified 2 Apr 2019

This page lists media coverage of my research project Cheat in chronological order. I haven't included outlets that copied the press release or an earlier report without adding any reporting or commentary of their own.

Von Aue, M. (2018, July 12). Which political party is the most adulterous? New study points to patterns. Inverse. Retrieved from

Hendricks, S. (2018, July 14). Can political party predict adultery? Big Think. Retrieved from

Neuroskeptic. (2018, July 14). The ethics of research on leaked data: Ashley Madison. Discover. Retrieved from

Jacobs, T. (2018, July 17). A study finds Democrats are least likely to use Ashley Madison. Pacific Standard. Retrieved from

Sample, I. (2018, July 19). Democrats "less inclined to cheat on spouses than Republicans". The Guardian. Retrieved from

Brantley, M. (2018, July 20). Study: Democrats less inclined to cheat on spouses. Arkansas Times. Retrieved from

Pearce, J. M. S. (2018, July 20). Republicans (moral conservatives) more likely to cheat on spouses than Democrats. Patheos. Retrieved from

—. (2018, July 20). В США демократы реже республиканцев изменяют своим супругам. Полит.ру. Retrieved from

—. (2018, July 21). Do (it) as I say, not as I do: Conservatives cheat more than liberals—study. Sputnik News. Retrieved from

Ley, D. J. (2018, July 23). The politics of cuckolding: Why are conservative men more interested in sharing their wives? Psychology Today. Retrieved from

Radman, D. (2018, July 23). Istraživanje je dokazalo: Konzervativci su skloniji "izvanbračnim aktivnostima" nego ljudi koji se deklariraju kao liberali! Retrieved from

Lozano, I. (2018, July 23). ¿Ser infiel es de derechas? 20 minutos. Retrieved from

Nieznalska, J. (2018, July 26). Konserwatysta zdradza bardziej? EksMagazyn. Retrieved from