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Pinoys more attracted to a person’s ‘brain’

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By Joseph Almer Pedrajas 

Four out of five Filipinos are more attracted to a person’s brain than the body, the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey revealed.

A couple enjoy the spectacular view of sunset in Manila. (Czar Dancel / MANILA BULLETIN)

A couple enjoy the spectacular view of sunset in Manila. (Czar Dancel / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

In an SWS question “mas naaakit po ba kayo sa katawan o sa utak ng isang tao? [Are you more attracted to people by their bodies or their brains?],” 81 percent of Filipino adults answered that they are more attracted to a person’s brain than body.

SWS added that more women are attracted to the brain, with 83 percent, than men, with 78 percent.

Women with live-in partner top the number of those attracted to brain, which comprises the 89 percent of the population. They were followed by those who are single, then by those who are married.

In the same survey, which was conducted from Dec. 13 to 19, 2019 among 1,200 respondents, it was also revealed that most Filipinos prefer good health, with 71 percent, over love (23 percent) and money (seven percent).

Those who prefer health over love and money is still higher among women (72 percent) than men (67 percent). Married women have the highest number of those who prefer health, at 76 percent.

In the same survey, which was conducted from Dec. 13 to 19, 2019 among 1,200 respondents, it was also revealed that most Filipinos prefer good health, with 71 percent, over love (23 percent) and money (seven percent).

Those who prefer health over love and money is still higher among women (72 percent) than men (67 percent). Married women have the highest number of those who prefer health, at 76 percent.

SWS also said that only a minority (14 percent) of the respondents have no love life.

More than half (54 percent) of the respondents have a “very happy” love life, while 32 percent of them said, it could be happier.

More married men said they have a “very happy” love life, compared to those who have a live-in partner.

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