SheByShe recently asked women to share their opinions and stories about the current state of marriage in the U.S. Six hundred and forty-one women participated in the study. With roughly 2.1 million marriages occurring annually in the U.S., and about 875 thousand divorces, marriage is a dynamic, rapidly changing institution. In the survey, a whopping 75 percent of the participating women said they think the U.S. institution of marriage is weaker than it was 10 years ago. The current divorce rate was cited as the number one reason why these women believe it is weaker. As one woman said, “Marriage is looked at like buying a new pair of shoes. When you are done with them, you get a new pair.” Click through the colorful slide show below to read all the results.