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Women prefer alone time, men all for romance

Women prefer alone time, men all for romance
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Close to 70 per cent women want to spend Valentine\'s Day by themselves or with family and friends instead of a romantic jaunt with someone special, a survey by a leading Indian matrimonial site said on Thursday. A survey conducted by Jeevansathi.com with more than 4,700 people – 2,025 women and 2,675 men -- encompassing various age groups, revealed 83 per cent of youth believe in Valentine\'s Day.

Close to 70 per cent women want to spend Valentine's Day by themselves or with family and friends instead of a romantic jaunt with someone special, a survey by a leading Indian matrimonial site said on Thursday. A survey conducted by Jeevansathi.com with more than 4,700 people – 2,025 women and 2,675 men -- encompassing various age groups, revealed 83 per cent of youth believe in Valentine's Day.

It said, “68 per cent women are taking the lead when it comes to spending the day by themselves or with family/friends rather than someone special while 31 per cent men showed interest in spending the day with their Valentine.” However, the majority of men surveyed want to spend quality time with their partners. The survey also shed light on gifting choices.

“When it comes to the ways of celebrating the day, 69 per cent of the women said they would gift their Valentine something expensive or plan for a movie or an outing, whereas 64 per cent men prefer to go out for dinner to spend quality time with their Valentine."

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