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Your date is probably judging you for where you live

Location, location, location: In love as in real estate, it turns out that geography matters — a lot. Living on the “wrong side of the tracks” can cost you your relationship, according to a new survey, which found 66 percent of women and 56 percent of men would break it off if they found out their date lived in a “rough” neighborhood. Lifestyle website House Method surveyed more than 1,000 single men and women and found a number of surprising results in regards to geographic turn-ons and turnoffs by gender. For ladies, a potential partner who lives with their parents was a big no-no for over 80 percent of respondents. Men felt less strongly about lovers living at home, but more strongly about dates with roommates: Almost 40 ...