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Your Lamborghini Aventador isn't as cool as you think -- at least that's what some women reported in a recent survey conducted by AnastasiaDate and Harris Poll. Fifty-six percent of women said they think men who drive exotics or sports cars are "show-offs," while 17 percent said they perceive those men to be insecure.
The reason why a flashy car may be working against some men is because 32 percent of women reported the type of car a man drives hints at what type of family man he will be, so a fast two-seater in this case would not be appealing to some women. In fact, 16 percent of women said two-seaters were actually a turn-off. On the other hand, 21 percent of women said they found a man more attractive after seeing the type of car they drive, with one in 10 saying they would date a man they weren't physically attracted to, only because he drives an exotic. Moreover, 48 percent of women revealed that the type of car a man drives indicates his economic status. For those who truly want to communicate something to the ladies, the survey revealed that 8 percent of women think men who drive a truck are better in the bedroom, while only 5 percent had the same thought about men who drive sports cars.
Men also had their input in this survey as well. Thirty-eight percent thought women who drive exotics are show-offs, while 6 percent said they view those types of women as emotional. Nineteen percent reported they perceived those women as insecure. Other findings in the survey reveal that the ability to drive a manual transmission is a major plus, as both men (48 percent) and women (42 percent) said they'd like their significant others to know how to row their own gears. The survey was conducted online within the U.S. between March 24 and 26, 2014, among 2167 adults ages 18 and older by Harris Poll on behalf of AnastasiaDate. Figures for age, sex, race/ethnicity, education, region, and household income were weighted where necessary to bring them in line with their actual proportions in the population. Propensity score weighting was used to adjust for respondents’ propensity to be online. The findings are rather interesting, but if you have the means to buy a car that can accelerate from 0-60 mph in four seconds or less, you do it because it makes you happy, not because you're trying to attract a mate, right?
Source: Harris Poll, AnastasiaDate
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