The poll of 1,000 international travellers by search site Skyscanner revealed that almost three quarters of women said they do most of the research when it comes to planning a holiday, with just 9% claiming their partner does it. Of the men who admitted their partner did the research, a third admitted their partner was better at it and could find better deals, while 10% said they were simply too lazy. When researching and booking travel, women tend to be a lot more detailed. They dig a bit deeper and ask more questions. This is making the tourism providers think more about how they make their offers, making their products more attractive to a female booker. Get the full story at Travel Daily