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Survey: Swedish men becoming less manly

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, April 29 (UPI) -- A survey suggests most Swedes believe the country's men were more masculine in the past than now.

The online survey of 1,003 people between the ages of 15 and 64, conducted by YouGov on a contract from MBT Shoes, found 51 percent of those polled -- including 58 percent of male respondents -- believe Swedish men were more masculine in the past, The Local reported Wednesday.

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Nine percent of respondents said they believe Swedish men are more masculine than the males in other countries, while 19 percent said Swedish men are less masculine and a 65 percent majority said they believe Swedish men are on par with other countries.

The survey also found 33 percent of women considered poor posture to be their biggest turn-off while 43 percent said a "good sense of humor" is the most attractive quality in a potential mate.

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