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A recent study suggests a majority of Swiss believe the ideal family has a couple of kids.

The study by GfS Zurich surveyed 718 people, 75 per cent in German-speaking areas and 25 per cent in French areas.

A majority said they would prefer marriage with two children, while a third wanted four children or more. The remainder spoke up for other sizes.

The survey marked a general shift in opinion since a 1986 poll. While the desire to maw remained strong, 74 per cent voiced comfort with the idea of people living together out of wedlock, up from 46 per...

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