An amazing 98% of Brighton singles agreed that they wanted to have a long term relationship in the future, with a further 95% agreeing that sexual compatibility was a vital factor in their relationships.But dating in Brighton is also fraught with potential pitfalls, with 81% of respondents claiming to be fussy about who they date, and a further 52% believing that they have become even fussier over the past year.
The majority (58%) of the Oxford residents surveyed admitted they had become fussier about who they date over the past year, the highest percentage in the country.
When it comes to romance, Oxford singles are not into compromise, either.
Of those asked as part of the Love Geist Report 2010, 52% indicated that they would be extremely pleased and flattered if their date bought them an expensive gift on their third date.
The largest and most comprehensive study on love and dating, The Love Geist Report 2010-2011 has found that the old ideals of chivalry may be on the way out in Reading.
When it comes to love and romance, nothing beats a bit of surprise for Southampton residents, according to the Love Geist Report.
The largest and most comprehensive study of contemporary love and dating in the UK and Ireland has revealed that over 17% of singletons in Southampton have gone as far as ending a previous because of a lack of spontaneity or surprise in their relationship.And it would appear that Portsmouth’s singles have struck the perfect work/life balance, with 63% feeling that they dedicate enough time to searching for a new partner.While a strong work ethic is desirable for the people of Portsmouth, seeing dating partners get ahead is not.A whopping 71% agreed in the survey that they performed better at work when happy with their love lives.A further 43% felt that it was important for any potential long term partner to have a professional job.If you’re newly single and dating in Bournemouth, you’re in for a real treat, according to results from the Love Geist Report, a recent survey of online daters by match.