Money Taking A Toll On Americans’ Sex Drives, Says SurveyVW Staff
Money appears to be occupying more mindspace compared to sex, and also affects how often they want to be intimate, says a survey of Americans conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Yodlee, the platform for financial innovation.
Conducted in December 2013, the results of the survey assume significance on the eve of Valentine’s Day, when people across the world celebrate romance and affection. The survey reveals how money worries appear to be dominating Americans’ sexual mentality as well as their drive.
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