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A downy mustache on a woman has been revealed as the ultimate turn-off for single men, with 68per cent citing the facial hair as an absolute no-no in a new survey.
Meanwhile 87per cent female participants in a recent poll, said that bad body odor would kill the romance.
As a result, 34per cent of the 833 people quizzed, admitted to faking an emergency exit during a first date after getting a quick glimpse or whiff of their potential suitor.
Overall, ‘honesty’ was ranked as the most desirable trait in a partner, over appearance or scent.
In a bid to get an insight into modern-day dating, participants were asked where they went to look for future mates.
The bar scene topped the list (61per cent) followed by online dating sites (53per cent).
However the majority of married women who weighed in on the poll said these were not the best tactics and blind dates or set-ups by friends were more likely to result in success.
When it came to getting relationship advice, 56per cent of daters said that they turned to the internet rather than confiding in friends or family members.
And 40per cent of African-American and Latino singles Eva Longoria
said that they watched TV shows to learn about the ins and outs of love.
According to the poll, dating often gets complicated because people want what they cannot have or are unsure of their feelings.
Biggest turn-off for women: Bad body odor (87per cent)
Best place to meet someone new: the bar scene (61per cent)
Most popular way to end a date early: Faking an emergency (34per cent)
Likelihood of lies in an online dating profile (men): 33per cent
Likelihood of lies in an online dating profile (women): 17per cent
Chance of a second date with a woman: 87per cent
Chance of a second date with a man: 66per cent
A quarter of respondents admitted to going on a date with someone they knew was married, and two-thirds agreed to a second meet-up despite not being interested in the person.
Both men and women said they were happy with kissing on the lips on a first encounter.
However men were willing to go several steps further, and 53 percent said they were happy with heavy petting while 50per cent saw nothing wrong with sex. And just to be safe, 72per cent took condoms with them.
When it came to matters of race, the results revealed an open-minded approach. An overwhelming 90per cent of female Latino and African-
Americans and 85per cent of Caucasian respondents said they would happily date people outside of their race.
And on the question of religion, 80per cent said they would be fine with a future partner who had different beliefs to their own.
The poll, conducted online between March 26 and April 2 by Research Now, was commissioned to coincide with the premiere of Find Me My Man on the Oxygen Channel.
The reality show stars no-nonsense matchmaker Natalie Clarice, who helps pair women up with the men of their dreams.
Commenting on the findings she said: ‘Dating as we know it has changed over the years but the challenges still remain.’
Source: Daily Mail/Oxygen Media