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A survey for National Biscuit Day found 83 percent of people saying that they would rather have coffee and biscuit than go out on a date.

McVitie's 2017 survey for the National Biscuit Day, which supports this claim, is not available online.

An article listing some interesting facts on biscuits on the occasion of National Biscuit Day stated that people would rather eat a biscuit than go out for a date. The article made this claim based on a survey conducted by McVitie's in 2017. However, the survey is not available online and the claim could have been a part of a marketing or promotional strategy for McVitie's.

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