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Everyone has stories to share and memories to reminisce about. But it turns out that men and women tend to take different paths as they stroll down memory lane! We crunched the data, looking at the number of answers recorded by men vs. women across all of Proust.com’s more than 100 chapters and 1,000 questions. We got a kick out of the results and thought it would be fun to share them with you. While where we differ as men and women might not always shock you, you’ll no doubt enjoy seeing just how wide the disparity is when it comes to discussing certain topics.
Men vs. Women – the Breakdown:
- We took a sample of over 2,000 people who answered questions from Proust’s “Love Songs” chapter and found there to be 8 times as many female respondents as male respondents.
- When asked to share the love song that makes them the most teary-eyed or what song represents love to them, men were significantly more likely to take a pass on the question, while women were happy to share their answer. Surprised?
- When we looked at the gender of respondents to questions in Proust’s “Nerd Alert” chapter we found that men were overwhelmingly (10 to 1) more likely to record an answer than women; for the most part women steered clear of sharing “In what ways are you nerdy?” effectively ceding the term “nerd” to the men.
These are just a few examples from the data we dug up, and we encourage all ladies & gents to check out the full battle of the sexes infographic below. Finally, in the spirit of sharing, we’d love to hear from you – what piece of information most surprised you?
The Proust Team.
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