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Of the female respondents, 88 per cent were heterosexual, 8 per cent bisexual, 3 percent homosexual, and 2 per cent asexual or “other”.A greater percentage of male respondents identified as homosexual at 9 per cent, but there were fewer bisexuals at 5 per cent.Respondents to the survey were generally having regular sex, with just 7 per cent of those who were sexually active (ie not virgins) saying they have not had sex in the past year.Almost half of all respondents (44 per cent) said they have had sex at least once a week on average over the past year, with 14 per cent having sex at least three times a week.A total of 12,639 people completed the survey, with 12,134 valid responses used in the follow-up analysis.The gender breakdown was 54 per cent male to 46 per cent female, with less than 0.5 per cent identifying as transgender or “other”.

Gay male respondents have had the most sexual partners, with 52 per cent saying they have had sex with more than 20 people, followed by bisexual men at 36 per cent and bisexual women at 27 per cent.

Being single doesn’t mean a lack of sex for many people; 37 per cent of men and 28 per cent of women who are not in a relationship said they still have sex at least once a month.

Heterosexual male respondents were more likely than heterosexual females to have had at least 11 sexual partners, at 40 per cent compared to 32 per cent.

Just 14 per cent of straight women and 12 per cent of straight men have had just one sexual partner. The average age at which sexually active participants lost their virginity was 19.

Those in the 25-34 age group are having the most sex, with 51 per cent of male and female respondents in this age category saying they have sex at least once a week.16 per cent of men and 18 per cent of women in this age group said they had sex at least three times a week.