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Page: Background Information
1. First question for "Tango and Relationship"--age?
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Under 25.
5.6%31
25-45.
44.8%248
Over 45.
49.5%274

2. Gender?
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Response
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Male.
43.0%238
Female.
57.0%315

3. I have been dancing tango for:
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Less than 1 year.
11.4%63
Between 1 and 5 years.
48.3%267
More than 5 years.
40.3%223

4. At a milonga mostly I...
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lead.
43.2%239
follow.
53.7%297
do both about equally.
3.1%17

5. My preferred style(s) of dancing tango is/are (answer as many as you like):
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Close embrace to traditional tango music.
85.4%472
Open embrace to traditional tango music.
36.3%201
Nuevo open embrace to traditional tango music.
23.0%127
Nuevo open embrace to alternative music.
30.4%168
Close embrace to alternative music.
37.3%206

6. Currently (please select option that most nearly fits your situation):
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I am in a relationship but my S.O. (significant other) DOES NOT dance tango.
16.8%93
I am in a relationship and my S.O. DOES dance tango.
44.3%245
I am not in a relationship.
38.9%215
Elaborate here if you care to.
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7. My preference is (please select option that most nearly fits your situation):
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Percent
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Count
To be in a relationship in which my S.O. DOES NOT dance tango.
9.8%54
To be in a relationship in which my S.O. DOES dance tango.
84.6%468
Not to be in a relationship.
5.6%31
Elaborate here if you care to.
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8. I am most interested in developing or maintaining:
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Response
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An opposite gender relationship.
88.4%489
A same gender relationship.
1.1%6
A same gender and/or an opposite gender relationship.
4.3%24
Neither, I'm not interested in having a relationship.
6.1%34

9. How many serious long-term relationships (say 6 months or longer) have come out of your dancing tango? That is, would never have started but for your involvement with dancing tango? (Numerical answer must be between 0 and 100.)
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10. How many short term relationships (say less then 6 months) have come out of your dancing tango? That is, would never have started but for your involvement with dancing tango? (Numerical answer must be between 0 and 100.)
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11. What was the single most important reason that you became involved in dancing tango?
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Percent
Response
Count
Other--please elaborate in the space below.
9.9%55
No particular reason--it was just a random happenstance.
7.6%42
The appeal of the music, beauty, sensuality, and/or mystique.
62.4%345
My significant other dances tango and brought me into it.
6.0%33
For the exercise.
2.7%15
It was a way to meet and possibly become involved in a romantic relationship.
3.4%19
For the social aspect of it.
8.0%44
Other (please specify)
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Page: Your Thoughts and Opinions About Tango and Relationships
12. Is it possible to have a regular tango partner that you dance, practice and/or perform with but don't eventually become intimately and/or emotionally involved with?
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Yes.
67.3%350
No.
5.8%30
I'm really not sure.
26.9%140
Care to comment?
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13. For you, is tango the ultimate goal, or is having a relationship the ultimate goal and tango is only a means to that end?
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Hmmmm, I don't have a clue.
7.3%37
No, tango is the ultimate goal.
66.5%337
To be honest, tango for me is just a means to that end of finding a relationship.
2.2%11
Both is true.
24.1%122
Care to make addtional comments?
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14. Who do you think tango relationships are most difficult for?
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Men in an opposite gender relationship.
32.3%116
Women in an opposite gender relationship.
47.4%170
Men in a same gender relationship.
15.9%57
Women in a same gender relationship.
4.5%16
Elaborate if you like.
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15. Has dancing tango changed what you are looking for in a relationship?
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Yes.
49.3%250
No.
50.7%257
Explain
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16. Rate the following qualities within yourself on how you feel they affect your ability to learn tango and/or your ability to have a successful relationship.
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 No affect on either tango nor my relationships.Affects my tango, but not my relationships.Affects my relationships, but not tangoAffects both tango and my relationships.Rating
Count
Fear of intimacy.57.3% (256)3.4% (15)17.7% (79)21.7% (97)447
Aversion to physical contact.69.2% (308)5.6% (25)5.2% (23)20.0% (89)445
Lack of ability to commit.54.1% (242)2.2% (10)25.5% (114)18.1% (81)447
Lack of time.34.1% (155)14.1% (64)9.9% (45)42.0% (191)455
Being shy.36.7% (168)12.7% (58)12.9% (59)37.8% (173)458
Fear of failure.32.1% (147)16.4% (75)12.0% (55)39.5% (181)458
Difficulty letting go.38.0% (172)7.7% (35)19.9% (90)34.4% (156)453
Difficulty taking charge.57.5% (254)7.2% (32)12.2% (54)23.1% (102)442
Other (please specify)
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Page: Flirting
17. How do you feel about a dance partner who is not your S.O. flirting with you while dancing?
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Because of the intimacy of tango, it's confusing to me and I'm never sure when a partner is flirting.
11.9%58
When it is clear that a partner is flirting I don't like it.
9.6%47
When it is clear a partner is flirting I love it.
13.7%67
Well, that depends on the partner. Sometimes I like it and sometimes I don't.
68.0%332
I'm indifferent to it.
7.6%37
Other (please specify)
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18. Rate how you feel if or when a dance partner who is not your S.O. flirts with you in these various ways.
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 HATE it!Not fond of.Indifferent.Like it.LOVE it!Rating
Average
Rating
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Tries to engage you in a conversation while dancing.44.1% (213)31.9% (154)14.1% (68)8.7% (42)1.2% (6)1.91483
Tries to engage you in a conversation during the cortina.2.3% (11)6.1% (29)26.2% (125)50.4% (241)15.1% (72)3.70478
Suggests some sort of meeting outside of tango.12.5% (59)24.2% (114)27.5% (130)27.8% (131)8.1% (38)2.95472
Asks if you are available to date.15.3% (72)21.0% (99)28.9% (136)27.0% (127)7.9% (37)2.91471
Physically communicates a romantic interest.20.5% (97)28.3% (134)17.3% (82)22.4% (106)11.4% (54)2.76473
What other ways do partners flirt and how do you feel about it?
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19. As you get to know a tango dancer, rate the following on how important they are for you to become romantically attracted to them.
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 Not importantSomewhat importantExtremely importantRating
Average
Rating
Count
How well they dance.11.5% (55)53.5% (255)35.0% (167)2.23477
How personable they are.2.5% (12)29.9% (141)67.6% (319)2.65472
How well they dress21.2% (101)65.4% (312)13.4% (64)1.92477
How well groomed they are.5.9% (28)50.4% (240)43.7% (208)2.38476
How they smell.3.4% (16)25.2% (120)71.5% (341)2.68477
How well they abide by proper tango etiquette.13.8% (66)52.6% (251)33.5% (160)2.20477
How physically attractive they are.8.0% (38)65.1% (310)26.9% (128)2.19476
How age appropriate they are.20.2% (96)57.7% (274)22.1% (105)2.02475
How rich they are.79.8% (380)18.3% (87)1.9% (9)1.22476
How intelligent they are.3.4% (16)28.6% (136)68.0% (323)2.65475
Other (please specify)
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20. Is there a particular pattern, move, style, or step that is a real "turn-on" or "turn-off" while dancing tango?
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Turn-On
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Turn-Off
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93.5%259

Page: Getting Along with your S.O.
21. In your relationship now, or in your most previous relationship, how does your S.O's level of dancing tango compare to your's?
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I'm a better tango dancer then my S.O.
47.4%197
We're both at about the same level.
37.7%157
My S.O. is a better tango dancer them I am.
14.9%62

22. If your S.O.'s level of dancing tango is different then your's, how do you resolve this when taking classes?
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We go to separate classes.
37.7%104
We go to a class of our lowest ability.
17.8%49
We go to a class of our highest ability.
22.1%61
We compromise and go to classes between our ability.
17.4%48
We alternate, and sometimes go to classes of my ability and sometimes of my S.O.'s ability.
21.0%58
Do you have other ways of resolving it?
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23. How has being in a relationship affected your tango?
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 Worse or less oftenNo changeBetter or more oftenRating
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The amount of time I go dancing is:35.9% (137)35.3% (135)28.8% (110)382
The amount of time I practice is:30.3% (115)39.3% (149)30.3% (115)379
The amount I dance with others now is:36.6% (138)47.2% (178)16.2% (61)377
The amount I now dance with my S.O. is:24.6% (91)32.4% (120)43.0% (159)370
The quality of my dancing is now:15.0% (57)30.9% (117)54.1% (205)379
The whole experience dancing tango is now:18.9% (72)36.3% (138)44.7% (170)380
The amount that I travel to dance tango is now:29.2% (110)44.0% (166)26.8% (101)377
Other (please specify)
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24. How has dancing tango affected your relationship?
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Practically no affect.
24.3%93
Tragically, as a result of tango my S.O. met another dancer and left me.
4.4%17
It has strenghtened our relationship.
38.9%149
It has put a lot of stress on our relationship.
32.4%124
Other (please specify)
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25. Assuming your S.O. DOES dance tango, what is the primary reason that you continue to stay in this relationship?
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In order to have a dance partner.
4.9%15
We have a genuine commitment that would last even if one of us quit tango.
74.8%228
Actually, there is no reason for me to stay in the relationship.
14.4%44
For the sake of our kids.
3.9%12
For financial convenience.
2.0%6
Other (please specify)
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26. Does either of you have a regular partner for practicing, teaching, or performing outside of your relationship (i.e., other than your S.O.)?
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Yes.
36.8%144
No.
63.2%247

27. Have you found that tango concepts serve as metaphors for, or insights into your relationship(s)?
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Yes.
74.9%322
No.
16.3%70
I haven't a clue what this question means!
8.8%38
Please explain with an example.
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28. Is your prefered embrace different with your S.O. than with other dance partners? Pick your preferences below.
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 close embrace.open embrace.Rating
Count
With my S.O. I prefer:89.2% (321)10.8% (39)360
With other partners I prefer:77.2% (284)22.8% (84)368

29. Do you have a a specific agreement with your S.O. on how many and which tandas you dance with each other?
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Yes, we always dance the first tanda together.
36.2%128
Yes, we always dance the last tanda together.
34.2%121
We dance with each other pretty much exclusively.
10.2%36
No, whatever happens naturally is fine.
54.8%194
Actually, we try to dance with each other as little as possible.
6.8%24
Other (please specify)
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Page: Jealousy
30. In your relationship, do you have a policy of who each of you can or cannot dance with at a milonga or practica?
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Yes.
7.1%27
No.
92.9%355
How does this make you feel?
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31. Which of the following do you have issues with?
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Your S.O. wants to go dancing more often then you.
7.5%27
Your S.O. wants to go dancing less often then you.
24.9%89
Your S.O. sometimes goes dancing without you.
10.3%37
Your S.O. takes tango too seriously, whereas you'd just like to have fun.
9.5%34
Your S.O. wants to practice tango more often than you.
4.2%15
Your S.O. enjoys dancing tango with others more then you.
12.8%46
Your S.O. wants to practice tango less often than you.
22.1%79
Your S.O's obsesses about tango and is constantly talking about it.
7.8%28
Your S.O. is always listening to tango music outside of the milongas.
2.8%10
The desire and pleasure your S.O has in dancing close embrace with others.
10.6%38
None of these and there's no problem.
38.8%139
The fact that your S.O. has a regular partner he/she practices, teaches and/or performs with.
5.6%20
You and your S.O. have very different learning and practicing styles.
24.6%88
Other (please explain)
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32. Which of the following does your S.O have issues with?
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You want to go dancing more often then your S.O. does.
22.7%77
You want to go dancing less often then your S.O. does.
4.4%15
You sometimes go dancing without your S.O.
16.5%56
You take tango very seriously but your S.O. just wants to have fun.
12.7%43
You want to practice tango more often than your S.O.
20.1%68
You enjoy dancing tango with others more than your S.O.
15.6%53
You want to practice tango less often than your S.O.
5.6%19
You are constantly thinking and talking about tango.
11.2%38
You are constantly listening to tango music outside of the milongas.
5.9%20
You enjoy dancing close embrace tango with others.
12.1%41
None of these and there's no problem.
44.0%149
The fact that you have a regular partner to practice, teach and/or perform with.
7.7%26
You and your S.O. have very different learning and practicing styles.
19.5%66
Other (please specify)
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Page: Breaking Up
33. With regards to tango, how do you handle things after breaking up?
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I stopped dancing tango completely (at least for 6 months).
9.4%22
My ex-S.O. stopped dancing tango completely (at least for 6 months).
11.5%27
We each have our "own" milongas that we attend.
17.9%42
We just ignore each other at the milongas.
17.4%41
We are friendly with each other at the milongas, but we don't dance with each other.
23.4%55
We are friends and continue to dance with each other.
52.3%123
Other (please specify)
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Page: Last Question
34. Which of the question topics above do you think is most interesting and significant regarding tango and relationships? What topic did I miss?
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