New Zealand ranks second in the world for sexual curiosity rate


We may be a small nation, but New Zealand has 596,010 online sex searches per month, which puts us in second place in an international survey.

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We may be a small nation, but New Zealand has 596,010 online sex searches per month, which puts us in second place in an international survey.

This article originally appeared on Nak-ed.co.nz

No matter how conceited you might be, we’ve probably thought about ways we’d like to spice it up every now and then, but which country is more curious about sex?

The The United States is officially the most sexually inquisitive country in the world. Our research uncovered a whopping 54,855,300 searches on ten popular sex terms, including porn, fetishes, and sexual health, in the United States. This means that a whopping 16.57 percent of the US population searches the internet for sex terms every month.

Next is New Zealand, with 12.36% of Kiwis who engage in sexually curious online research each month. New Zealand has a much smaller population than the other countries on this list, but the country proves that size doesn’t always matter and their 596,010 monthly online sex searches are still enough to refer them to. second place.

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Elsewhere, New Zealand’s neighbor Australia came in sixth place, with a total of 2,781,700 searches online, which equates to 10.91% of the sexually curious population. Meanwhile, Ireland found itself with the third highest rate of sexual curiosity in the world. 11.56% of the Irish population engage in sexual searches per month, resulting in 570,800 online visits. The UK ranks roughly in tenth place with 5,989,200 online searches indicating that 8.82% of the UK population is sexually curious.

Scandinavia might just be the most sexually inquisitive part of the world with four Scandinavian nations making the top ten. The highest ranking is Finland in fourth place with 629,430 total searches and 11.36 percent of the population searching per month. Denmark finished in fifth place with a sexual curiosity rate of 11.30%. Meanwhile, Norway and Sweden ranked seventh and ninth, respectively, with sexual curiosity rates of 10.47% and 9.26%.

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