We know this because we asked them and compiled some of their most common responses below.
So read on to make sure that you’re no neophyte in the high art of pleasing her in the most intimate of ways.
Come over too aloof Oh, but it’s a fine line we first daters must tread.
If you can get a handle on the things on this list, I guarantee you’ll notice your relationship drastically change for the better.
'Believing you are superior came in very close sixth,' she said.
When it came to behaviour turn offs on a first date, using your mobile phone is a no-go, according to the survey.
'This was first by a country mile - people's biggest gripe on a date was using a mobile phone,' Ms Ward said.
This was then followed by rudeness to waitstaff and bad breath, with Ms Ward warning singles against eating garlic prawns or curries on a first date.