Valentine’s Day Poll: What Women Want

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It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! To celebrate, I held a Valentine’s Day social media poll to find out what women want. Here are the results.

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When going out for Valentine’s Day, which would you rather…

Go Somewhere New or Go Some Place Familiar

60% answered “somewhere new.” Can you blame them? Who doesn’t like a fun new experience?

Which do you prefer on Valentine’s Day?

Flowers or Candy?

66% preferred candy. I have so say I am surprised!

If you’ve ever had a bad Valentine’s Day, did it affect the way you view the holiday?

84% said no. Whew!

If single on Valentine’s Day, which would you rather?

Alone time or Spend it with friends?

80% said alone time. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with that! We all need some alone time occasionally.

The people have voted!

These polls were conducted on Instagram. And men also participated! To sum it all up, it looks like people are looking for new blooming experiences with the ones they love. This makes sense, it’s always nice to change things up. Skip the traditional dinner and a movie and instead try something different like a pottery class or ice skating. If you’re single, it looks like the one you’re most looking to connect with is yourself and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that because self-love is the best and most important love.

I hope your day is filled with love no matter who you spend it with ♥️

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Published by Sadie Pegues-Hall

Sadie Pegues-Hall lives in Bucks County, PA and divides her creative time between, event planning and freelance writing. She has been a dating and relationship contributor since 2014 offering honest insight. Sadie has appeared in such publications as Jersey Fashionista Magazine, Height Magazine and Social Lifestyle Magazine. She has also been seen lending her relationship wisdom on the reality show Learn How to Marry Me. Sadie is a wife, a mother to two girls, one of which has autism, a stepmom, and a doggie mom. She is the founder of several autism awareness events which are dear to her heart.

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