55 per cent of the men polled said they would like their current partner to undergo cosmetic surgery
Researchers polled 2,000 men aged 18 to 60 and discovered 55 per cent admitted they would like their current partner to undergo a cosmetic procedure, or have wanted a previous partner to have this done.
However, seven in ten of the men surveyed admitted they would never pressure their partner into having surgery.
Seven in ten also said they would never pressure their partner into surgery
We all have different ideals of what we find attractive
The poll also discovered eight in 10 British men prefer the body of a northern female over that of a lass from the south – with a further 60 per cent of guys specifying it was the curves of a northern women which really ticked their box.
Other attractive attributes pointed out included a good bust (48 per cent) good bum (42 per cent) and good smile (33 per cent), but bizarrely, seven out of 10 questioned said it was the feet of northern women which attracted them.
The poll discovered that eight in 10 men prefer the body of a northern female
And despite being on the losing side, southern women were praised by British men for their natural look (53 per cent) manicured hands (46 per cent) and good legs (30 per cent).
Roy Cowley, managing director of 3D-Lipo, who commissioned the survey, said: "We all have different ideals of what we find attractive. Looking good usually comes from what the current trend is at that particular moment in time, or in most cases, who the 'hottest' celebrities are around. "We've had some strong northern females grace our screens and the media recently which most probably accounts for the results.
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Southern women were praised by British men for their natural look
"It's important though that we don't get lost in trying to force our partners into becoming that 'look' of the moment, especially by persuading them to go under the knife to achieve the look.
"Thankfully British men seem switched on and although they'd like to change some things about their partners, they'd want them to do it in a safe, non-surgical way."
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