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an 40 per­cent said they wanted to ave two chil­dren. Al­though Yuan Xin, a pro­fes­sor pop­u­la­tion and de­vel­op­ment at ankai Univer­sity, said the fam­ily an­ning pol­icy change may in­flunce some peo­ple, he agreed that fec­tion will still play the most mpor­tant role in select­ing a part­ner. “Most ur­ban res­i­dents born are eir fam­ily’s only child, so they don’t eed to worry about whether their ouse is one,” he said. “And most ural res­i­dents can al­ready have a cond baby.” Zhou Xiaopeng, a chief con­sul­tant ith match­mak­ing web­site Baihe, id if there is an im­pact, it will not e ob­vi­ous. “For ex­am­ple, more eo­ple might want a sec­ond child, a sin­gle woman may put a higher emium on a po­ten­tial hus­band’s onomic sit­u­a­tion,” she said. Univer­sity stu­dent Liu Hua in aoji, Shaanxi prov­ince, has two oth­ers but said she would not ind if her boyfriend was an only hild. “A mar­riage should be built on

ve,” the 20-year-old said.

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