What Do Women Really Want for Valentine's Day? Dinner and Sex!

A new Summer's Eve survey asked women what they want to do on Valentine's Day, and the second most-popular answer was:


  • 67% of women said they want their Valentine's Day plans to include a romantic dinner
  • 49% said sex
  • 47% said they want to "be intimate"
  • 47% hope to get flowers
  • 43% want chocolate

Here are six more stats from the survey:

  • 56% of women said they feel a LOT of pressure to have a date for Valentine's Day.
  • A quarter of the women in the poll said they've hung out with an ex on Valentine's Day, or even gotten back together with them, so they wouldn't be alone.
  • 29% of women said they'd like to try something new in BED for Valentine's Day.
  • 57% of women think Valentine's Day is overrated. But two-thirds said they like it to at least some degree.
  • 23% of women would rather do something unconventional for Valentine's Day, like go on a group date or spend the day with friends.
  • About 25% of millennial women think being proposed to on Valentine's Day is tacky. 

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