Londoners are far less likely to have sex with their partners than most of the country, a new relationships survey reveals.
Those living in the capital only get lucky seven times a month on average, according to the poll.
Meanwhile, the north west of the country were likely to be intimate 17 times a month, over double the number of times than Londoners.
The team at www.BiggestFreeBets.com conducted the research and asked 2,499 Britons aged 18 and over who said they're in committed relationships.
Respondents also revealed the most popular times to get between the sheets was "in the morning after waking up’"(24%), "when in bed at night, before going to sleep" (23%) and "usually under the influence of alcohol" (17%).
Those who confessed that they typically had sexual relations with their partner first thing in the morning were asked why the morning was their preference.
"It wakes you up for the day" (39%) and "we’re too tired in the evenings" (36%) were cited as the most common reasons why.
Ethan Rowe, Editor in Chief of BiggestFreeBets.com, commented: "Whilst some may be jealous of others for getting lucky in the bedroom more than they do, ultimately sex isn’t the be all and end all of a relationship.
"There are various factors that make a strong, healthy relationship – but being intimate definitely helps."
Britons between the sheets: Who is ranking top of the list?
- North West – 17 sessions a month
- South East – 15 sessions a month
- Northern Ireland – 14 sessions a month
- East Midlands – 14 sessions a month
- Wales – 10 sessions a month
- Yorkshire and the Humberside – 9 sessions a month
- West Midlands – 8 sessions a month
- London – 7 sessions a month
- East of England – 5 sessions a month
- North East – 4 sessions a month
- Scotland – 4 sessions a month
- South West – 2 sessions a month
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