Survey Reveals The Most Popular Sex Position …

There’s nothing like a sex survey for finding out things we’d love to know the answer to but would be punched if we asked.

The brave people from Dr. Ed interviewed 2,000 people from the UK, the US and Europe about their favoUrite sex positions to see if sex really is the universal language.

The result was an emphatic win for doggy style, which topped the poll with 35.1% and was most popular with both men and women from the UK and the US.

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The g-spot hitting position beat its old rival missionary, which could only manage 22.5% of the vote and cowgirl was third with 19.4%.

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After that it got a little weird. 4.3% said the ever impractical 69 was their position of choice, 2.1% went for anal and 1.2% insisted they preferred to get it on over a tabletop, TV show affair style.

Women preferred missionary to cowgirl, while men had it the other way around. But it’s no surprise that while anal was 9th in the male list of best positions, it didn’t even register on the female list.

Most of Europe backed doggy style, except for the Italians who like cowgirl, the Dutch who stick to missionary and the Poles who for some reason were the only country who like spooning during sex.

With a new year dawning, the survey also asked which positions people most want to try. Tabletop sex was the winner in the UK and the US with 19.9%.

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12.1% said 2017 should be the year of anal, however results show those were nearly all men – except in Austria and Switzerland, where anal topped the table (so to speak). Cue a wave of UK men searching for the cost of flights to Vienna and Zurich….

53.8% of men fessed up and admitted porn was the main way they learn new positions. Most women said they got ideas either from a partner or from non-porn related sites.

Men claimed to be more adventurous than their partners in bed with 75.3% saying they are more likely to mix things up, and women backed that up with 58.3% agreeing their partners were the ones changing the playbook.

So it may well be on the guys to instigate that tabletop loving, unless you happen to find yourself in Austria or Switzerland and then it would seem to be a case of ‘”when in Austria”…