Aussies last longer in the bedroom compared to Kiwi's according to new survey

Publish Date
Thursday, 6 August 2020, 2:50PM

The battle of Aussie's vs Kiwi's continues...

trans-Tasman sex survey has revealed Australians last longer in bed than New Zealanders. The survey by UMR asked respondents how long they typically last during sex.

Of those surveyed, 57% of Aussies said they have sex for 10 minutes or longer on average, while only 52% of Kiwis do. The survey found 33% of New Zealanders typically have sex for 10 minutes or less, compared to 31% of Aussies.

One in three New Zealanders and Australians have sex for 10 minutes or less on average. They are more likely to be New Zealand men.

AND... Generation X is more likely than any other generation, to have sex that lasts over 30 minutes. With one in ten participants saying that 30+ minutes of sex is normal for them!

People ALSO had opinions on the ideal length of time- with one in four respondents suggesting 10-15 minutes.


We're not sure how we feel about this new knowledge... what do you think???


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