A healthy sex life would include having sex with your partner three to four times a week but for those in the East Midlands, they are a lucky to get that a year.
A survey conducted by OnePoll, commissioned by IllicitEncounters.com, has showed that 16 per cent of those in the East Midlands have sex on average three times a year, making them have the worse sex lives in England and Wales.
This has clearly made them go looking elsewhere for sex, as 24 per cent of people from that area admitted to cheating on their partner at least once.
The only people to beat them were Couples from London, of which 25 per cent had admitted to cheating on their spouse.
Despite the East Midlands having the worst sex lives, their neighbours in the West Midlands had the healthiest sex lives with 21 per cent of married Couples saying they has sex every day.
As they were being satisfied at home, it seems they were the least likely to stray with only 19 per cent admitting to cheating on their partner.
Wales came fourth in the poll as the most unfaithful county, with 23 per cent having cheated on a partner.
This came as little surprise as 65 per cent of married couples in Wales said that they wanted a lot more sex than they were getting.
The poll showed that those from the East generally get less sex than their neighbours in the West.
Something that was interesting was that even though they had less sex in the East, they were also the most faithful, whereas those in the West had higher infidelity rates.
Spokesperson for IllicitEncounters.com Rosie Freeman-Jones says, “Psychologists have previously stated that the more sex you get the more you will want, this could act as at least one explanation for the results.
“A good example of this is demonstrated by Wales who come top of the poll for the least sexually satisfied area in the UK, with 65% of its residents admitting to wanting more sex. However, they seem to be getting a decent amount, with 18% of them getting frisky every day.
“For many however it seems that if there wasn’t enough sex at home, people would seek it from elsewhere.”
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