Lima, Peru: Most couples will celebrate Valentine’s Day dining out

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The Parque Del Amor in Miraflores.
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(LIP-jl) — According to a survey conducted by the Public Opinion Group from the University of Lima, most couples in Lima will spend their Valentine’s day dining out.

The survey found that 68.4% of those surveyed will take their significant other to dinner tonight.

The survey also informed that 45.7% of the participants were deeply in love and that 44.9% completely trusted their partner.

Not all was rosy however, as 21.6% of the respondents confessed to having been unfaithful to their current partner.

6.5% said that the women are more unfaithful while 31.3% said it was men who are more likely to search for affection outside of the relationship. However an overwhelming percentage of those surveyed (60.9%) said that both sexes were equally unfaithful.

The majority of those surveyed (68.9%) also stated they would never forgive their partner if they discovered he/she was cheating on them.

Just like in most parts of the world, most restaurants, bars, and pubs will be at full capacity tonight as couples seek to take part in Valentine’s day festivities.

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