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Ravell Call, Deseret News
Aerial view of the Salt Lake City skyline, Friday, June 29, 2012.

On Thursday, the Deseret News released a new survey that looked at what counts as cheating, infidelity and adultery in the digital age.

The survey, which broke down results by political party and religion, revealed some findings among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, too.

For one, Mormons, along with many other conservative religious groups such as evangelical Christians, are more concerned with pornography and strip clubs than the bulk of Americans.

The survey also found that Mormons are less likely to vote for presidential candidates who cheat. Overall, about 4 in 10 Americans said they’d be less likely to vote for a candidate who cheats.

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That number climbs among faith groups. For example, 50 percent of mainline Protestants and 43 percent of evangelicals would be less likely to vote for cheaters. For Mormons, that number rises to 62 percent, according to the poll.

The survey also revealed that there are small, everyday tasks you can do to “cheat-proof” your marriage. These include activities like buying your partner his or her favorite drink or talking about your relationship.

About 1 in 4 Mormons say they talk about their relationship daily, according to the survey.

For more, visit the full results at the Deseret News.

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