A surprising 8.5 per cent, meanwhile, think chocolate is better than sex, while 2.1 per cent of you admitted that you preferred a nice cup of tea and an early night."We're having less sex now than even ten years ago because we're all so much busier," says Naik.
"It sounds a bit boring, but if that's the case, you should try scheduling it in.
In second place came the English film actor Hugh Grant, while Prime Minister Gordon Brown – despite being a fellow Scot – trailed behind, polling just 1.8 per cent of the vote.
The ideal woman for Scottish men is the mature and sexy Helen Mirren, and supermodel Kate Moss garnered only 2 per cent of the vote.
Only 13.2 per cent of you think that romance is dead, with the widest-eyed romantics being in the Highlands, where every single one of our respondents think romance is still alive and kicking.
Around a third of you will buy both a gift and a card, as well as plan a romantic evening, while another third will buy a card for someone, yet the remainder of our respondents won't be celebrating the day at all, either because they feel they show their love all year round, or because they dislike the commerciality of it all. With that being said, here are some tidbits based on my experiences dating British men from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. is a ten-part series that will take you through the dating ups and downs, it can be considered a guide as what to do — or, what not to do — depending on how you look at it. It’s definitely going to be up to you to start up the conversation. Under no circumstances is it okay for you to do your saved up Oliver Twist impersonation. It’s not laziness but more like, “Why put in the effort when I don’t have to.” People say they have “Gaydar;” I have “Britdar.” I will be in a packed place and hear the one solo accent waft over the masses and land in my ear. If you spot a Brit with his huddled in a circle talking sports, he probably won’t lift his head up for air and you may be outnumbered by his mates. She worked in book publishing and transitioned into television. It's a good way to build up desire, and say, 'OK, we're going to have sex on a Saturday morning when the kids are at swimming or the baby's asleep,' or whatever.That way it can become something thrilling and exciting again."But if Scots' sex lives are evolving, we are also more romantic than the stereotypically dour image we often project.Ultimately, though, when it comes to sex it's about the quality of it, rather than quantity."The survey also highlighted our adventurous side, with more than a quarter of our respondents telling us they've had sex on a beach, and almost 40 per cent revealing they've had sex outside.