Remarriage rates also differ by ethnicity; remarriage is most common among White women, while Black women have the lowest probability of marrying again.
Age is another determining factor; women who are older than 25 at the time of divorce are less likely to remarry than women who are younger at the time of marital dissolution.
Again the rates of divorce and separation vary based on demographic and social factors.
Second marriage disruptions are more likely for Black women and for women in communities that are less economically well off.
Generally, they are more likely to believe their partner's behaviors caused the divorce, and minimize the influence of their own actions.