Have you spied on your spouse?
More than half of Americans (55 percent) polled admit they have snooped on their significant other. Of the self-proclaimed snoops, a whopping 73% were women and 27% were men. The most common spying methods: going through their partner’s text messages, emails and social media accounts. Some take it a step further. Eighteen percent reported listening in on phone calls or going as far as using phone taps. Others said they looked through credit card statements (16 percent), used a mobile GPS tracker (7 percent), or hired a private investigator (4 percent).
Why did you spy on your spouse and what did you find out? Tell us here and 6:45 Monday morning.