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Most desirable traits in single men and women revealed

RSVP.com.au say these are the most desirable traits people look for in single men and women.
RSVP.com.au say these are the most desirable traits people look for in single men and women.

AN Australian dating website believes they have worked out the key characteristics of the most desirable single men and women.

RSVP.com.au's study of the behavioural and activity trends of nearly two million members has identified what matters to singles when they are looking for someone to date, as well as key traits of the most desirable single men and women.

The most desirable man is a swinging voter with grey hair, green eyes, social/occasional drinker, 190cm tall, works in real estate and is a non-smoker.

The most desirable woman has no strong political beliefs, blonde hair, green eyes, a social/occasional drinker, 170cm tall, works in advertising/PR/media and is a non-smoker.

"We've studied the behaviour of our members and distilled a snapshot of characteristics that make up the most desirable or popular singles," RSVP spokeswoman Jayne Andrews said.

"Smoking is definitely out, politics are muddled, drinking habits are social and green eyes are the most popular with both single men and women.

"We also know that singles like to see the softer side of other potential suitors and RSVP members with pets are more likely to be contacted."

Most desirable male:

  • Swinging voter
  • Grey hair
  • Green eyes
  • Social/occasional drinker
  • 190 cm tall
  • Works in Real Estate
  • Non-smoker

 

  Most desirable female:

  • No strong political beliefs
  • Blonde hair
  • Green eyes
  • Social/occasional drinker
  • 170 cm tall
  • Works in Advertising/PR/Media
  • Non-smoker

Topics:  dating, editors picks, online dating, rsvp




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