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LONDON, Aug 12, 2005 (United Press International via COMTEX) -- More than a quarter of British women questioned insist the most important thing in their lives is sex -- at least once a day, a new survey shows.
Twenty-seven percent of respondents say they need sex on a daily basis, compared with 18 percent in 1993, the survey says.
The male sex drive remains unchanged, however, with just less than one-third of British men wanting to make love every day, the London Daily Mail said.
The survey, carried out by an online dating-service, suggests women are becoming more demanding about sex. Women also are said to be leading happier, more confident sex lives, with 62 percent saying making love leaves them satisfied.
Copyright 2005 by United Press International.