Are you having sex more than the average Brit?

If you’re bonking at least once a week, the answer to that question is yes.

Ann Summers asked 2,000 people to spill the beans about their love lives.

And results showed that the majority of couples in the UK don’t get jiggy on a weekly basis.

49% of Brits in relationships romp once or more every seven days, with 19% of these responders getting down and dirty 2-3 times each week.

Meanwhile, 51% of participants said they don’t have sex in this timeframe.

And what’s more, 10% of participants say they “never” have sex.

The poll showed that most couples don't have sex every week

These results suggest that couples aren’t very satisfied with their love lives.

And according to the Ann Summers poll, the majority of women aren’t.

Just 42% of ladies told researchers that they feel quenched after sex with their partners.

Comparatively, 52% of men are happy with their bedroom action.

While this is a sizeable 10% more than ladies, it’s still not a very high percentage.

Following the eye-opening survey, Ann Summers launched a campaign to get Brits to feel more satisfied in the sack.

The retailer’s Pleasure Positivity Project campaign aims to encourage greater communication between couples.

Laura Whittaker, Senior Manager at Ann Summers, said: “This research allows us to get an insight into how couples are communicating about sex, and the results show many issues that need to be addressed.

“The fact that one-in-five women don’t feel comfortable discussing the fact they’re missing out on orgasms means that they’re suffering in silence.

“We find it important to share the best ways of communicating and the Pleasure Positivity Project will focus on this, continuing to empower women when it comes to their sexual confidence.”