29% of Brits Have Run From an Online Date
Apr07

29% of Brits Have Run From an Online Date

April 7, 2014 – A study of Brits, commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support, has resulted in some interesting statistics when it comes to the subject of online dating. Study results include: > 29% of Brits admit to having run away from a bad online date. > 9 out of 10 Brits believe that online dating is much more acceptable than three years ago. > 84% of Brits do not believe that online dating is the best way to meet a...

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Online Dating Couples Less Likely to Divorce
Jun06

Online Dating Couples Less Likely to Divorce

A new study says that couples that meet via online dating are less likely to divorce than couples who meet offline, but the study was sponsored by an online dating service…

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Study Results – The Perfect First Date
May30

Study Results – The Perfect First Date

If you’re wondering what it takes to pull off a perfect first date then the following survey results of 2,000 singles will be very enlightening…

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Survey Shows What to Wear on Summer Date
Jul08

Survey Shows What to Wear on Summer Date

(July 8, 2011) Match.com has completed a major survey of its users that discover what people do and don’t like when it comes to what their date wears for a summer date. The results? Hawaiian shirts on men – out. Polo shirts and khakis on men – in. Women prefer their date to wear a polo shirt and khakis (or shorts) during the summer. And they definitely don’t want to see their date in “skinny jeans”....

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UK Study – Speed Dating Ineffective
Jul04

UK Study – Speed Dating Ineffective

(July 4, 2011) According to a study conducted in the UK, the process of speed dating is ineffective because of the sheer number of unnatural choices of people you must meet with. The research was carried out by Marco Francesconi (Professor of Economics – University of Essex) and Alison Lenton (lecturer for Department of Psychology – University of Edinburgh). According to the study, too many unnatural choices affect our...

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