A survey has found that women are more likely to cheat than men. UK newspaper, The Sun reported that in a new survey done by British dating firm Coffee & Company, in a sample of 3,000 people, the company found that 20% of the female respondents would most certainly have an affair if they found someone that piqued their interest. Only 9% of men claimed that they would. 25% of women would consider cheating, as opposed to 12% of men who would do the same. The survey found that women aged between 35 and 40 were the most likely to cheat, with the most popular reason being that the majority of these women are childless and looking to get more than a good night kiss as a result of the tryst. Coffee & Company boss Lorraine Adams said, "Sometimes the need to experience motherhood overrides moral values about someone else's marriage vows." The survey also found other reasons that lead women to cheat, like, feeling unappreciated or unloved in their relationship, also being bored and a lack of communication. The survey found that women have a bit of a double standard when it comes to cheating: Only 12% of the women would forgive a cheating spouse, compared to 15% of men who would do the same.