Earlier today we provided some thoughts on the Top 5 ideas for you and your significant other to enjoy in New York City on Valentine’s Day!
But what about the other side of the coin meaning spouses who instead of finding things to do with their loved one on Valentine’s Day (or any other day) looks to infidelity instead?
If that is the case, the question is then which New York City and Long Island neighborhoods lead in terms of the highest percentage of cheating partners?
While these are difficult statistics to come by as those participating will not likely be filling out a survey any time soon, there is a source that provided statistics that they ironically, or purposely, reported today.
The name of the website is Ashley Madison which promotes itself as ‘an online dating service that connects married people who are looking to have an affair.’
So if this is criteria that will go into the mix when you are looking for a property to purchase, or perhaps information to add to the description of a property that you are looking to sell, here is the list of neighborhoods of shame provided by the New York Post:
Park Slope in Brooklyn has 10 percent of the local unfaithful, according to the Web site.
The Manhattan neighborhoods of Gramercy Park and Tribeca follow close behind, at 9.7 percent and 9.6 percent, respectively.
The next two most unfaithful local communities are Great Neck — AshleyMadison’s top Long Island community, with 8.8 percent of area membership — and Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan, at 8.7 percent.
The Top 10 cheating nabes are rounded out by the Upper East Side, with 8 percent, Astoria, Queens, at 7.6 percent, the Nassau County village of Old Westbury at 7.1 percent, Brooklyn Heights, with 6.4 percent, and the Suffolk County hamlet of Dix Hills, with 6 percent.