February 13, 2015 1:18 pm
Updated: February 13, 2015 2:18 pm

‘Potash mining’ on Valentine’s Day in Saskatchewan

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Watch above: Morning News anchors Lisa Dutton and Kevin Stanfield report the results of a local “intimacy survey” using a unique and hilarious allegory.

SASKATOON – A timely Insightrix intimacy poll suggests one-third of couple in Saskatchewan plan to get frisky this Valentine’s Day. The independent poll says 32 per cent couples in the province plan to be intimate this Saturday, Feb. 14.

Given that, only 23 per cent report having sex on a regular basis (at least once a week). Not surprisingly, 58 per cent of male respondents wish they had sex more.

When it comes to increasing the odds of getting lucky – the survey says men plan to spend an average of $80.77 on their Valentine, while women’s spending on their partner averaged out to $56.35.

ON THE FLIP SIDE: Why the anti-Valentine’s movement is gaining momentum

The Instightrix poll concludes with a stat saying 70 per cent of Saskatchewan couples would marry their partner all over again.

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