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30-39 are the most-keen group with 63% being in favour, followed by 18-29 year olds at 60%, 40-49 year olds at 51%, 50-59 year olds at 51%, and 60-69 year olds at 54%. Kiwi men and women were somewhat divided on the issue: while 45% of men and 38% of women would choose a comedy as their top date-night genre, men’s next favourite genre is romance (23%), followed by fantasy (11%), while women prefer to temper their comedy with fantasy (21%) and with thrillers (13%).The men and women in the survey were also asked about the TV hunks and small screen babes they’d most like to cuddle up to for a long, hard binge watch.The study, which looked at data from 200 NZ singles aged 18-69, wanted to see if someone’s choice in TV can have an impact on their love life.The answer was yes: 66% of New Zealanders think that having the right taste in TV makes you a more interesting person to date. In NZ, the most popular answer starts with a big bang: 29% of Kiwi singles think that liking The Big Bang Theory makes you more attractive.This is followed by Game of Thrones at 23% and NCIS at 22%.The wrong taste table is dominated by Shortland Street – 48% think that being a Ferndale fan makes someone less attractive.
Other TV turn-offs include The Walking Dead at 35% and Modern Family at 18%.The survey also revealed that TV shows can have an impact on romance itself, with over half of NZ singles wanting to binge-watch TV on a date.