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AreYouInterested.com Releases Results of Sex and the City Poll
May 28, 2010 (10:05 AM EDT)
40% of male users think Samantha is the hottest SATC 2 character
55% of female users hope Carrie and Aidan get back together
NEW YORK, May 28 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with the release of Sex and the City 2, AreYouInterested.com, one of the top Facebook® Platform dating applications with over 15 million users, a mobile app and a stand alone web site, has polled its fans to learn how they really feel about the Sex and the City stars.
Taken on the AreYouInterested.com Facebook Page, the poll had over 400 respondents in two days. Results show:
When asked what he makes of that contradictory statistic, Clifford Lerner, CEO of SNAP Interactive, Inc. (STVI), makers of AreYouInterested.com, said, "I think it's a pretty clear indicator that girls are always going to like the bad boys, but root for the good ones to win in the end."
AreYouInterested.com has over 200,000 fans on its Facebook Page and frequently conducts polls to learn about their feelings on dating, relationships, pop culture and more.
About SNAP Interactive, Inc.
Incorporated in Delaware and headquartered in New York City, SNAP Interactive, Inc. is a leading provider of online dating applications for social networking websites and mobile platforms. SNAP has developed two dating applications built on Facebook Platform which have more than 19 million installations on Facebook. SNAP's portfolio also includes an online dating site for singles called AreYouInterested.com that utilizes Facebook Connect to share content with their Facebook friends and an iPhone application for mobile dating called 'Are You Interested?' For more information visit www.snap-interactive.com.
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