OSAKA — More than half of single people believe the nation’s economic slump will make people postpone marriage plans, according to an online poll conducted by marriage information service company OMMG Inc.

In the July poll, which covers 200 men and 200 women aged 25 to 34 in Tokyo and Osaka, 55.5 percent of the men and 47 percent of the women said economic concerns will make people delay tying the knot, according to the Osaka-based company.

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