Developers Mint Digital and Lingobee have created a site which allows the results to be filtered by factors such as gender, age, location, sexuality, phone owned or car driven.
The site, which has a pixelated theme, allows people to drill down to track one respondents answers across each of the 20 questions.
Adam Gee, C4’s multiplatform commissioning editor Adam Gee said the site was a fun way for people to learn.
“Sexperience 1000 is a playful and engaging way for people to absorb information about the nation’s sexual preferences, and find out whether their own personal experiences tally with the results. In short, what is normal – a big concern for teens in particular,” he said. “This innovative visualisation represents the data in such a way that while users can see the bigger picture, the individual still counts.”
Results of the Ipsos MediaCT survey reveal that the Welsh are most likely to cheat on their partners, Marks & Spencer shoppers are most likely to have an orgy, and nipple clamps are most used by 46-54 year olds.
The Sex Education Show, produced by Remarkable Television, airs on Tuesday (19th July on C4).
[Reproduced courtesy of Broadcast]