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The perfect man?

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Are you in search of the perfect man? Not me of course, but for all the single ladies looking in New York City a new study suggests women place a lot of emphasis on fitness, education, finances and some other qualities.

Guys, before you ask her out you should know what she is looking for. If you hit the park pavement regularly or spend some time at the gym, you're apparently more likely to get her attention.

What about the size of your bank account and how much you make? Money seems to matter, but education ranks high.

By the way, the dating service whatsyourprice.com did the same surveys in other large cities, and the preferences changed. Fitness was lower on the priority list in Chicago, Boston and Las Vegas. In Vegas, half of the women ranked income as most important.

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