Pew research online dating
And 16 percent of respondents say they consider online dating service users to be "desperate." If there is a melancholy note in all of this, it's in the number of survey takers.
I mean, let's say that the 2001 folks that Pew talked to paired off, there's still one poor single left alone. To peruse the original Pew findings, complete with very nice graphs and an explanation of their methodology, read:"15% of American Adults Have Used Online Dating Sites or Mobile Dating Apps." on the Pew website.
According to the study, single men and women from 25-34 are the most popular demographic for Internet daters.
Everyone's a buzz about the new study from Pew Research, which shows that online dating has risen in popularity.
While most of us realize this from the everyday conversations we're having with singles on the dating scene, we really need to credit the introduction and rise of mobile dating apps for the increase in acceptance to digital dating.
Other important statistics from the survey include: ▪ 42 percent know someone who has used online dating.
▪ 29 percent know someone who has been in a long-term relationships or marriage with someone they've met online.