Do women cheat?

Hindustan Times (Lucknow) - - INSIGHT -

While the pre­vi­ous Anx­i­ety Sur­vey in­di­cated that it would kill most women to sever ties with their par­ents, the num­bers here in­di­cate that more women (44.3%) are likely to cheat on their ro­man­tic part­ners when com­pared to men (39.7%).

More women (70.2%) may also lie to their par­ents, as op­posed to 63.1% men. At 70.1%, how­ever, more men in­dulge in ac­tiv­i­ties likely to be “dis­liked” by their par­ents than women (66.5%).

Nev­er­the­less, men (82%) ap­peared to be more de­ter­mined than women (81.1%) when it comes to “beg­ging, bor­row­ing and steal­ing” to get what they “re­ally want”.

Even when it comes to doggedly pur­su­ing some­thing “that ben­e­fits them”, more men (83.1%) are likely to go for it than women (81%). Both sexes are equally in­tent on fast-track­ing their de­sires, stat­ing that they want “ev­ery­thing, and fast”.

Men are more likely to treat friends well, with as many as 79.8% say­ing they’ll do any­thing to gain their ap­proval – as op­posed to 78.7% women. At 73.6%, males are also more likely to over­look rules and vi­o­late traf­fic reg­u­la­tions than women (62.2%).

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