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The asnwer regarding engaging in an "office romance"... the statistics show that men (37%) were more likely to have had romantic "encounters" at the office than women (26%)... well someone is not fessing up.. it takes 2 to tango. That is not even a valid gender question... unless the genders are the same, which is possiible.. How can it be that 38% of men had the encounters in the work place when only 26% of the women did the same? If 38% of the men had the encounters then 38% of the women had the encounters too, right? Unless there is a diversity issue here involved - same gender partners... Could this be considered a misconstrued question in this poll?
There are a couple of things that could be going on. First, there might be a few women who having "encounters" with multiple men. One woman within that 26% could have hooked up with five men within that 37%. The other thing is that the population of women who took that survey could be different than the population of men who took the survey. Vault's audience tends to be lawyers, bankers, accountants, and consultants. Perhaps the men were hooking up with women who fell outside these areas (i.e., assistants in their departments) who would not have been captured in a survey of Vault's audience.
It's true that there could be a bias -- women might be less inclined to fess up, but on an anonymous survey, I don't know why they would.
May I know what is the total number of respondents who had participated in this Office Romance survey 2011?
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