A resounding 26.7% affirmed that the "British accent" (whether that means Liverpool or London or even Cardiff, we can't quite say) is the sexiest, with voters in Sydney, New York, and Paris most likely to fall for the Brits' signature dulcet tones.

The American accent miraculously took second place in global esteem, followed by Irish, Australian, and French accents.

I can't promise that you'll suddenly start loving online dating on the mean streets of the Big Apple or fall in love instantly or whatever, but here are a few dating app options worth trying in New York City.

Our goal with The League is to replicate that same feeling and create a community of passionate and driven people who, while they may be working towards wildly different goals, feel that instant connection.” – Amanda Bradford, Founder We’ll be slowly pulling people in off the waitlist over the next few weeks as we build out our brand new community.

We are prioritizing our next city roll-out based on user signups, so get your friends to register (bit.ly/getmeoff Tinder) so we can launch in your city next!

Since NYC is so densely populated, and it can feel totally overwhelming to riffle through match after match in a deranged search for love, Coffee Meets Bagel might be a good option if you're looking for simplicity: Every day at noon, you get one match.

If you're not feeling your match, you can say no, and provide feedback to help ensure that your next match will be a little more your style. Like Tinder, Bumble dating app allows you to swipe left or right; if you right-swipe, and your crush does too, you have the option of sending them a message.

On dating app Hinge, you meet through friends, though not in the strictest sense of the term: Hinge connects you only with people who are Facebook friends of friends (and third-degree connections), so everyone who pops up as a match is not technically a stranger.

In a huge city like New York, especially if you have a lot of FB friends, this could be rather lucrative on the dating front.With all the social graphs at our disposal today, we can eliminate those awkward scenarios.We require both Facebook and Linked In to protect your privacy and block you from your coworkers, business connections and Facebook friends.But if you're into dudes, they don't have the option of sending you a message, which eliminates the whole "should-I-message-him-first" question.If you're into chicks, this is basically just like Tinder, except with a more girl-power vibe. If you live in NYC, you can literally go out with someone new every single night for the rest of your life. Twenty-seven percent of readers voted it the most "dateable," followed by 8.7 percent for American and about 8 percent each for Irish and Australian.