Women in China still don’t hold up half the sky when it comes to dating, with most saying they want to date men who earn double or triple what they do, a new survey found.More than 54 per cent of women said they preferred the men they date to earn twice what they do, and 30 per cent saying men should earn three times as much, according to the survey by Chinese dating website Zhenai.This contributed to the high performance on the "clinginess" index by the men surveyed, SCMP said.More than 40 per cent of men want to see their partners daily, whereas just 23 per cent of women feel the same way.
Meanwhile over the weekend, 26 per cent of men want to spend both days with their love interests, compared to 20 per cent of women.
Most - or 72.64 per cent - felt it was reasonable to spend 1,000 yuan (S2) to 2,000 yuan on dating expenses per month.
The findings reflect the gender imbalance in the country, where there were some 33.6 million more men than women last year, the South China Morning Post reported on Tuesday (May 23), quoting the National Bureau of Statistics.
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That's according to the annual "Singles in America" report commissioned by Match and conducted by Research Now, which surveyed 5,500 singles across the country.