According to a study recently commissioned by Chivas Regal, Australians voted American actor Hugh Jackman to top their ‘Most Chivalrous People’ list. While 83% of 18+ Australians valued chivalry as an important trait in someone, only 31% of women polled thought Australian men practiced acts of chivalry regularly.
Hugh Jackman was given the top honor for the ‘Most Chivalrous People’ list by both men and women, a testament to Jackman’s positive public perception. The readers’ top five acts of chivalry, according to Australian News, were opening doors, offering a seat to others, acting polite, helping others, and assisting those in trouble.
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