A new study named Tempe the ninth coolest city in America




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This right now in: Tempe is one of the hottest cities in America.

That’s according to LawnStarter.com, a website that connects customers with landscaping services. We leave aside the question of why a lawn care company conducts a survey on popular lust for today and jump straight to the results.

“LawnStarter ranked America’s hottest cities by comparing the 200 largest cities across nine key indicators of sexual arousal. Among the factors we looked at with our eyes closed: the percentage of each population, Google search interest in adult content, and We also surveyed nearly 800 US adults to measure their libido during and after the pandemic, “the company says.

And when the results came in, Tempe cracked the top 10 behind cities like Newark, New Jersey; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and Orange, California. (Paradise, Nevada, was # 1.)

Glendale was the second highest city in Arizona on the list (No. 43); other rankings are Mesa (No. 76), Phoenix (No. 88), Peoria (No. 134), Chandler (No. 149), Scottsdale (No. 163), Tucson (No. 166), and Gilbert (No. 172 ).

Other findings from the study: Tinder is the most popular app for meeting; 55 percent of Republicans versus 32 percent of Democrats are willing to have sex with unvaccinated people after the pandemic; and about 57 percent of people plan to have more sex after vaccination.

The full study can be found here. And props to our East Valley friends for such a good performance.

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