Men and women set their watches differently, a company survey has discovered. Men set theirs accurately while women’s are two or more minutes ahead, indicating that women may be more concerned with punctuality.

The survey, conducted by watch manufacturer Citizen Watch Co., indicated that 63 percent of the 154 working men it polled in the Tokyo metropolitan area set their wristwatches to the second.

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