The Northern Irish accent, which was previously voted the most attractive accent, came second while the Brummie accent was named as the biggest turn off.
The survey was conducted as part of the Sexiest Features Study, and asked 2,000 respondents to identify which accents and regional dialects they considered attractive, and which would be a turn off when considering dating a prospective partner.
The survey went on to ask people which specific part of the region they considered to be the most compelling, with the findings showing that in West Yorkshire it’s Leeds that people prefer, followed by Ilkley, Bradford and Huddersfield.
It may have something to do with some of the celebrities who come from West Yorkshire, including Matthew Lewis who played Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films, Lena Headey who was in Game of Thrones, Louis Tomlinson and of course Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker.
However, the North Yorkshire accent was named the fifth worst in the country, with Liverpuddlian, Essex, Cockney and Brummie accents all making up the bottom five.