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Women felt it was more important that their partner made at least as much money as they did (46% versus 24% of men) and had a successful career (61% versus 33% of men), while men favored a slender body (80% versus 58% of women).

And men with more education also had stronger preferences for female partners who were “good looking” and slender, whereas this was not a concern for women.

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