In other words, on a spectrum from “All men like exactly the same physical attributes in a woman in exactly the same ways” on one extreme, to “All women are found attractive by an equal number of men” on another extreme, where does the truth lie?
Your spectrum has a built in curvature – that is, you’re measuring totally different values at either end. That makes it very difficult to answer effectively.
In fact, it’s hard to see the variables here at all because of this – is it:
- “all men/no men”,
- “same/different physical attributes”,
- “same/different ways”,
- “all women/no women”,
- “found attractive/found unattractive”,
- “an equal/unequal number of men”,
or something else?
Getting back to the “top level” query, I’d answer that there is almost always a wide divergence in what men find attractive, and in what proportion individual qualities (physical and otherwise) are weighted.