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Italian men are the sexiest in Europe

Sultry representatives of the stronger sex of sunny Italy were called the most desirable and sexiest in Europe. This is the conclusion of sociologists conducting a survey "What country should your ideal man be from?"

The British, Spanish and Portuguese women aged 18 to 35 who participated in the survey agreed that Italian men are the most attractive in Europe. Researchers from the travel portal www.omio.com, as part of their survey, found out about fifty thousand women from seven European countries on this issue. The second place in the ranking went to the noble English, and the romantic French took the “bronze”. 29 percent of women polled in England preferred Italians.

It is noteworthy that in a similar survey about the most beautiful ladies in Europe, the Spaniards prevailed, while the second place was left to women of the most beautiful men for the Italians. Male respondents from Italy, the UK, France, Belgium, Germany and Portugal unanimously stated that in Spain they were giving the world the most beautiful women, admitting that they would love to go on a date with one of them.

“It’s clear that Europeans love to flirt with people from other countries on the continent,” commented Benjamin Buck, director and creator of Lovoo's dating dating application. “This trend is most pronounced during the holiday season, when many people begin to actively use the application for dating and meeting new people during their holidays.”

Another study conducted in February of this year showed that Italian men are among the most infidels in the world. About 55 percent of Italians surveyed admitted that they cheated on their soul mate. Three of the five relationships, as statistics show, begin at work, and relationships of an intimate nature, as a rule, take place between 2 and 3 in the afternoon during lunch.

In half of the cases, the deceived wives take the traitors to the open water by looking at their phone, and a fifth of the infidels encounter a “debriefing” after their other halves check their email. It is worth noting that in ten percent of cases, fraud is revealed using "helpful" letters or anonymous calls. Italy's most faithful men live in Milan and Rome.

Such statistics are not surprising: the former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (Silvio Berlusconi) more than once hit the front pages of newspapers in connection with its turbulent past. The famous film director Federico Fellini (Federico Fellini) was also a famous Casanova.

As for other nationalities and the issue of fidelity, it is worth recognizing that the most honest and loyal were the British (46 percent of betrayals), the Belgians (51 percent) and the Spaniards (50 percent). European women, by the way, statistically behave much less relaxed. The Germans turned out to be the most polygamous - 43 percent of the ladies from Germany surveyed admitted that they had an “outside relationship”. Italians cheated on their men much less - 34 percent, and French women even less (32 percent).

Watch the video: Italian Girls on American Guys (February 2020).

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