New Research Reveals the Real Hygienic Habits of Men and Women in the Workplace

When it comes to hygiene, most people just assume that women are a bit more meticulous than men. However, new Australian research has found that women are actually the least hygienic.

Research reveals whether men or women are dirtier.

Research reveals whether men or women are dirtier.

  The research also found that while 77 percent of males clean the toilet seat before sitting, only 59 percent of women do. As far as cleaning it afterwards, 52 percent of men do while only 42 percent of women make the effort. And more men than women admitted to touching things in the bathroom that they knew others had. Research reveals whether men or women are dirtier. Of the findings, psychologist Emma Kenny notes that it seems as though men have a '"real understanding of the importance of bathroom cleanliness" regardless of the stigma that usually surrounds men's hygienic habits. "Men are instinctually protective and territorial and these natural predilections could well be why they take care when using their own and others toilets," she said.

It was also found that 69 percent of men lower the toilet lid before flushing, while 63 percent of women do. And women tend to be more vain when it comes to time in the bathroom, with 84 percent of them admitting to taking time to freshen up and adjust their appearance. In comparison, only 70 percent of men admitted to doing the same.

Research reveals whether men or women are dirtier.

What do you think of these findings?

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