Related: New dating app ditches swiping, requires phone calls Dogs rule, cats drool. Hinge's survey also found 71% of people are up for "taboo" talk on a first date.According to Hinge, which surveyed 2,000 of its users as part of a new book about dating success stories, "cat people" are 20% more likely to date a dog person than a "dog person" is to date a cat person. So, they're probably OK with talking about everything sex to politics, religion and more.PRWEB - Jan 11 - According to the recent Consumer Reports (CR) survey, 44% of survey respondents who tried online dating said the experience led to a serious long-term relationship or marriage. They were also asked to rate sites and apps based on overall satisfaction. They gave online dating sites the lowest satisfaction scores Consumer Reports has ever seen for services rendered—lower even than for tech-support providers, notoriously poor performers in CR ratings.Ok Cupid, Tinder and Grindr received marginally higher ratings than paid sites. Android users are also judge-y -- just a little less so at 15 times more likely to see i Phone devotees negatively.That's according to the annual "Singles in America" report commissioned by Match and conducted by Research Now, which surveyed 5,500 singles across the country.Some results were produced from a global analysis of the data.
And according to a broad national survey of almost 5,500 unattached adults 21 and older, those qualities, attitudes and expectations illustrate cultural shifts in how singles approach relationships.
Online dating safety is a growing concern with increasing reports of fraud and identity theft occuring through dating sites.
Late last year we ran a survey to find out how people put trust in online dating.
When it comes to picking up the tab, 36% of respondents said they'd rule out a second date if the other person didn't offer to pay, while 64% said it's a non-issue. And if you don't know how to use chopsticks, best hide this handicap from your date, as more than half (56%) of respondents said seeing their date pick up sushi with a fork would be "cringe-worthy." The other half is more forgiving, however, and said it would be "adorable" to see.
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Among the findings:-- 38% would cancel a date because of something they found while doing Internet research on their date.-- 42% would not date a virgin.-- 65% would not date someone with credit card debt greater than $5,000; 54% would not date someone with substantial student loan debt.-- 49% would consider getting into a committed relationship with someone who lived at home with parents. However, because Census data indicate only who is not married, there's no clear count on those who are in a relationship or those who aren't seeking one.