Valentine's Day study shares each state's #1 love language

Need a hint for Valentine's Day? Then your state's love language might help.

Kyle Libra and Diane Vivio of Corvallis get married on Valentine   s Day by Justice of the Peace
Kyle Libra and Diane Vivio of Corvallis get married on Valentine s Day by Justice of the Peace / Abigail Dollins/Statesman Journal / USA
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Everyone has different thoughts on Valentine's Day. Some love it and some hate it but one thing you might need to know is your partner's love language.

Thankfully, a recent study shared by Casino.org breaks it down state-by-state and even, gave some interesting insights. It feels like no one talks about love languages much anymore so this is really cool.

Plus everyone has a different love language and a way they feel loved. While yours might not align with your state, it does give you something to think about. Valentine's Day is also coming up quickly so it might be worth mentioning during your date or when just talking to your partner.

Given how popular love languages were a few years ago, I feel like this is bound to spark a lot of conversation and make people rethink about how they handle Valentine's Day this year.

See the most popular love language in the US.

Let's start by sharing the five love languages which are quality time, physical touch, acts of service, gifts and words of affirmation. While some people have a love language they identify with heavily, some are a mixture of a few different ones. Ultimately, it's the way you feel most loved but let's get into the biggest one for the US.

For the entire US, the most popular love language is Acts of Service. This one ended up being the top in 33 states. Frankly, that's over half which is pretty darn amazing and shows just how important doing those little things for your partner can make them feel loved. Some examples can include cooking for them, making them a coffee in the morning or just taking some work off their plate to make them feel less alone.

Since Acts of Service took such a large portion of the pie, you might be wondering which love language could follow it up which is Quality Time. That took the lead in 8 different states and then tied for third place was words of affirmation and physical touch. Lastly, gifts ended up being at the bottom of the list with only two states which were Alaska and Oklahoma.

While Acts of Service took the cake, most of those surveyed mentioned that having quality time with their partner is one of their favorite things. As for the breakdown by gender, everyone could agree that acts of service are their top love language while the age breakdown was a bit different. Gen Z, Millennials, and Gen X all preferred quality time while Boomers preferred physical touch.

If you're celebrating with your love this year, maybe doing something extra special for them will be the key to a great Valentine's Day. Then again, you could also bring up this study and start a conversation to help spark an idea. Either way, this was a fun one to break down and share.

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