Age group uses dating sites most
Landscape pictures, according to e Harmony's blog, are more likely to be clicked on than up-and-down or extremely close shots, likely because it gives people a better sense of the person's body, as well as their face. Men and women match quite similarly, with both choosing to drink "socially", exercise "once or twice per week", never smoke and having an average diet (not many vegetarians or fussy eaters here).The differences arise when it comes to personal background and the desire for a family.
" The study published Thursday from the Pew Research Center found that 15 percent of all Americans have used some form of online dating — up from the 11 percent in a Pew study conducted in 2013.
So, it’s clear that these new apps have yet to overtake traditional dating sites like Match.com, OKCupid and Chinese dating site Jiayuan.
But there are some issues here for the online dating industry – the numbers visiting dating sites have flat-lined over the past two years.
The face of online dating itself is also changing: Nine percent of Americans now use dating apps, up from three percent over the same time period.
Score one for the Tinders, Hinges and Bumbles of the world.
We've all heard an online dating horror story from a friend whose tall, dark and handsome match turned out to be a short troll-like being in the flesh.