If you could save only one item you own from a house fire, what would it be? According to an Allstate survey conducted in Pennsylvania, the answer differs among men and women.

The insurer said that women respondents were far more likely to rescue personal items, such as photographs or letters (75 percent rated such items as number one). Men, on the other hand, were twice as likely as women to choose their personal computer. In a statement accompanying the survey, Allstate said, “Women have long accused men of lacking a certain sense of sentimentality, and now a new survey confirms their beliefs.”

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