I also seem to notice that European women(at least Western, don't know about Slavic) seem to be more tolerant of sappy, compliment and cuddle type beta males.Of course you can find some American women who are like this too, but I'm just talking broad generalizations.Americans tend to prioritize individual liberty, while Europeans tend to value the role of the state to ensure no one in society is in need. Majorities in all European nations polled in 2011 said guaranteeing that nobody is in need is more important. Similarly, Americans are more likely to say offensive statements about minority groups should be permitted. (53%) say religion is very important in their life, nearly double the share who hold this view in Poland, which registered the highest percentage among EU nations polled in 2015.Religion is significantly less important to Europeans than to Americans. In France, only 14% consider religion very important.Americans and Europeans share many things: a commitment to fundamental democratic principles, a strategic alliance that has shaped the world order for more than half a century, and despite serious economic challenges in recent years, some of the highest living standards in the world.
American women complain a lot about how "dumb" and "douchey" guys are. European woman complaining about the men in her country, whereas American women are perpetually complaining about a supposed lack of quality men.As university was free for many decades in the UK, it’s quite likely British men will have attended college and hold a degree.Lastly, British men do a bit more grooming than American men, so be prepared for straightened hair (this is not unusual), well groomed eyebrows, and open shirts revealing a bit of chest hair.Globally, there is a strong relationship between a country’s wealth and its level of religiosity. is a clear outlier to this pattern – a wealthy nation that is also relatively religious. think sex between unmarried adults is morally unacceptable, this is nonetheless significantly higher than what our 2013 poll found in Europe.Nations with higher levels of gross domestic product per capita tend to have lower percentages saying religion is very important in their lives. Americans and Europeans don’t always agree on questions about morality, especially on issues related to sexuality. And while adultery is widely frowned upon in the EU – except, notably, in France – Americans are even more likely to say having an affair is morally unacceptable.