According to a new study, only 3% of men take their wife’s last name after they get married.
In 87% of marriages, the women takes her husband’s last name . . . in 6%, neither person changes their name . . . and in 4%, the wife hyphenates her last name.
The researchers found that the more education a guy has, the less likely he is to take his wife’s name.
And younger men were more likely to take their wife’s name than older men.