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Online survey says singles would rather find love than have an iPhone

Looking for love this holiday season? You're not the only one. The folks at Match.com recently surveyed their members for the holidays and found some shocking results. The Beatles weren't lying when they said "love is all you need." Apparently, 46 percent of singles said finding a new romantic interest topped their holiday wish list. Compare those numbers with 29 percent of singles who wanted a job and 15 percent who wanted the new iPhone 4S. iStockphoto

(CBS) - We've heard of previous surveys that said iPhone users would give up sex for their phones. Not so for online daters.

A recent survey of 500 Match.com members revealed some surprising results. One of the big revelations was that 46 percent of the online daters say finding love is their top holiday priority.

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These results are a far cry from a previous survey of smartphone users conducted by TeleNav over the summer, which found a third of iPhone users would be willing to give up sex for a week over their phones.

Thankfully, humans have returned to loving other humans.

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