OnBuy.com recently reported 41% of women and 60% of men were unhappy with their sex lives in quarantine. Now that lockdown measures are being lifted, are we more likely to seek a thrill elsewhere?
Resume.io conducted a nationwide survey to find out what percentage of professional people have cheated; how many have cheated with a colleague, and in which sectors cheating is most and least likely to occur. (*Methodology)
46% OF PROFESSIONALS HAVE CHEATED AND NAME SEXUAL DESIRE AS THE NUMBER ONE REASON WHY
|Have you ever cheated on a partner?|
|If yes, why did you cheat?|
|Situational factors and opportunity||20%|
|If yes, were there repercussions?|
|No – I completely got away with it and I’d do it again||60%|
|No – I completely got away with it but I’d never do it again||30%|
|Yes, my partner found out – but we worked through it and are still together||10%|
The survey reveals ‘sexual desire’ is the number one reason people cheat: 7 in 10 professionals selected this as the reason for their infidelity.
Concerningly, while a third (30%) of cheating professionals claim they wouldn’t play away again, DOUBLE the number (60%) admit they have ‘completely got away’ with cheating and would do it again.
27% OF PROFESSIONALS HAVE CHEATED WITH A COLLEAGUE