When looking for a significant other everyone has their own set of specifics they feel the person needs to have in order for them to get along. The survey that was conducted was for the purpose of seeing what characteristics an average college student would most desire in a significant other. When producing the data for this survey each person in the class had to go and survey five people from the University of San Antonio, asking them what they personally would look for in a person when looking for someone and just wrote down whatever they said, which would add up as close as possible to equal input from both boys and girls. Once getting the data every answer was written down how it was said and then once it was all there if the words looked similar you would pair them together in order to get a ten top characteristics. The characteristics students want in their significant other are pretty constant which is shown through analyzing, figuring out the differences and similarities, and a graph. In total there were about 100-105 respondents that provided us with an abundant amount of adjectives to answer our survey. From the answers we got, we compiled a list of ten words in which the average college student would favor most when looking for a partner. These traits were funny(38), Honest(35), Smart(33), Kind(31), Attractive(19), Loyal(15), Outgoing(15), Ambitious(12), Caring(12), and Intelligent(12). As a result, the numbers were calculated together and figured out that the mean is 22.2, the median is 17, the range is 26, and the mode is 12. When figuring out what theses mean typically, when calculating the mean and the median, they are supposed to add up to the same amount which would display that the data was equally distributed but when it isn't that means that the data we collect isn’t entirely perfect and unequal. When calculating the range it tells us the basics of the data and gives us an idea of what that data statistically is going to look like and mode essentially tells us what the most used number is the data is going to be. Upon asking those students what characteristics they favor most when looking for a partner the most significant answer was that the other person would have to be humorous. Which is highly understandable because humor is one of the things that gives a lot of people happiness and that is a key in one's relationship. Laughing is one of the parts to building a lasting relationship because it helps build a bond and establish security(Dodgson, 2017). Also based on the data college students typically have pretty similar characteristics they are looking for in a significant other based on how many people picked each category mostly the ones that were highly in common were that they were looking for a funny, honest, and smart people which is universal for really all people based on the results they are looking for the typical good person. Also when going through the data that was received you could see that the answers varied by gender, the highest rated characteristic for females was that their partner was funny(which was about 22 females) but for males, it seemed to be that their partner was smart( which is with about 23 males). When comparing these the two genders that were asked there was actually very different characteristics that they favored. Also when seeing which has the least of each gender loyal is the lowest for the boys with a total of 4 who think that being loyal is a top trait and for the girls, the lowest is tied with 7 for ambitious, caring, and intelligent which isn’t too bad. Based on the bar graph I have below you can tell from the title the bar graph depicts what college students look for in a partner. For the independent variable, we have what characteristics you look for most from least to greatest and then for the dependent variable you have the number of students. In green, we have the females and in the blue, we have the males. In whole, there were 21 respondents which was a total of 105 responses that were collected from which 46 were males and 49 were females. In figuring out the numerical summaries I discovered that something had to have been flawed in our numbers because perfect numbers would result in the same median and mean which were not the same considering that the mean was 22.2 and the median was 17. Also, the number that is repeated the most because it was tied so much was 12, therefore, it is the mode.