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The University of California recently conducted a study about gender roles among 277 of its students.  Two-thirds of subjects said the man should "definitely" be the one to propose marriage in a relationship. Only 2.8 percent of women said they would want to do the proposing—and they weren't even completely confident. Those women said they would only "kind of" want to be the one to pop the question.

Not a single man in the survey said they would prefer the woman to propose. And not a single student, male or female, "definitely" wanted the woman to propose.

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