Online Dating Survey Reveals Most Promiscuous Cities in Mexico

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The world’s largest Sugar Daddy Dating website, SeekingArrangement.com polled 5,000 of its male members in Mexico to find out how active their love lives are, and how much sex they are actually having. According to the survey, Monterrey has the most promiscuous men with 73% admitting to having 7 or more partners in a year, followed by Tijuana (71%) and Mexico City (70 %).

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“These wealthy men are worldly and appreciate different experiences. Most of these men [on the list] have a geographical advantage of being located in major cities with high traffic and a good amount of sunshine—a natural aphrodisiac."

SeekingArrangement.com, the world’s largest Sugar Daddy dating website with over 1.7 million members, reveals its list of the “Most Promiscuous Cities in Mexico.” 5,000 of Mexico’s wealthiest members were polled about their love lives and sexual activity. While the majority of these members reported having 3 to 5 partners a year, 39% admitted to having 7 or more partners a year.

Brandon Wade, MIT graduate and Founder & CEO of SeekingArrangement.com, attributes these results to beautiful weather, beautiful people, and a very passionate culture that defines Mexico.

“These wealthy men are worldly and appreciate different experiences. Most of these men [on the list] have a geographical advantage of being located in major cities with high traffic and a good amount of sunshine—a natural aphrodisiac,” says Wade. “Combine that with the allure of wealth, it’s no surprise that these men are so satisfied.”

The following cities are ranked according to the number of members who reported having 7 or more partners a year:

Cities in Mexico with The Most Promiscuous Men (7+ Partners Annually)

1. Monterrey, Mexico (73%)
2. Tijuana, Mexico (71%)
3. Mexico City, Mexico (70%)
4. Guadalajara, Mexico (68%)
5. Acapulco, Mexico (66%)
6. Toluca, Mexico (63%)
7. Veracruz, Mexico (62%)
8. Cozumel, Mexico (61%)
9. Leon, Mexico (60%)
10. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (57%)

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