San Antonians Will Date Almost Anybody, Says Zoosk



Internet dating mega-site Zoosk has named San Antonio the 5th open-minded city in the nation when it comes to selecting dating partners.

According to the report, San Antonians will still date people even if they've previously married, have a different body type, or have a different religion. And, we are more accepting of smoking and drinking habits.

San Antonio fairs well in the report compared to some other cities.  Raleigh, North Carolina is ranked one of the least open-minded in the nation when it comes to dating.  San Jose, California takes second place in the ranking.  Birmingham, Alabama takes the third place slot.  Notably, Birmingham is the least open-minded when it comes to dating someone of differing religion. San Antonio, on the other hand, is the most open-minded when it comes to dating someone with a different body type.

This report rounds out the plethora of data available we have about our love lives in San Antonio.  Because we are currently the 7th largest city in the nation, we have a lot of people, even eligible singles.  Placing 1st in most romantic cities, we want to sweep our dates off of their feet as well as wine and dine them.  If all goes well, we can all look forward to having sexual intercourse that will last roughly three minutes and six seconds long (we place 20th in having sex the longest).  Thanks to Zoosk, we know we'll do all this with just about anybody.

To check out the ranking in detail, check their info graph, here.


image via Zoosk



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