Poll finds NJ men claim to have more sex than women

January 2, 2008 8:00:21 AM PST
News flash: Men and women report different views on sex.That's the finding of a Monmouth University/New Jersey Monthly Poll released Wednesday.

Men reported more frequent sexual activity than women in the state. Pollsters say that might be because women are more likely to avoid answering the question.

About three in five respondents said they had done it in the past year.

One-third of the men said they weren't having as much sex as they would like; one-quarter of women said they would like to have more sex.

The biggest difference in the gender comes from asking if they had ever fantasized about a one-night stand. More than one-fourth of the men said yes, compared to just one in 14 women.