Incredibly, over a quarter of men have said that they would forgive their partner after they had cheated on them.
Twenty seven per cent of men said they would be willing to put the past behind them and make their relationship work, whereas only 21 per cent of women felt the same.
These results come after Robert Pattinson was seen kissing and cuddling Kristen Stewart recently, provoking the idea that he has taken her back after she cheated with married Director Rupert Sanders.
Rupert Sanders wife, Liberty Ross, hasn’t been so forgiving and it is unknown whether or not she will forgive her cheating husband as she is still refusing to wear her wedding band.
The survey, conducted for IllicitEncounters.com by OnePoll, showed that woman are more likely to take Liberty’s stance and not be so forgiving.
They found that 28 per cent of women would end the relationship immediately had they found that their partner had cheated on them, compared to only 22 per cent of men.
The survey also found that men are much more likely to cheat than women, this may be why women are less likely to forgive.
Over a quarter of British men admitted to cheating on their partner at least once, with 18 per cent of women admitting to doing the same.
Spokesperson for Illicit Encounters Rosie Freeman-Jones said, “I think it's in Robert Pattinson’s nature to forgive Kristen. After all, men find it easier to empathise with women who cheat - because it's more likely they've either been in that position, or felt the urge to stray at some point.
“It seems that women see fidelity in more rigid terms - if you cheat, you're out - simple as. This is fascinating, since women's affairs are typically more emotional and complicated.
“Men's ability to compartmentalise Sex and love gives them the edge when it comes to having what I'd call a 'successful' affair - one in which both lovers serve their needs, and manage to keep their relationship discreet and unintrusive.”
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