Match.com And The Truth Behind Digital Dating Just In Time For Valentine’s Day
In an age where men and women are looking to the internet to find love, it’s only fitting that Match.com would dive deep into the anthropology of dating, relationships and marriage. This isn’t your run of the mill scientific approach that uses random algorithms to determine a person’s compatability. Match.com procured the services of highly recognized anthropologist – Dr. Helen Fisher to reveal some amazing findings about how we look at love, the internet, friends with benefits and more.
What’s a great way to soak in Dr. Fisher’s valuable Singles In America information? With plenty of chocolate from some of the best sweet spots in New York City. Single Edition Media procured a “Sweets in the City” tasting tour of some of the best, decadent chocolates from Marie Belle New York, Fat Witch Bakery, Elenis Cookies, Sprinkles, Sugar And Plum, Chocolate Works NYC and more. There’s nothing that makes talking about being single in America taste sweet the great taste of maccarons, chocolates and brownies.
Luckily, Match.com released the latest findings from the third annual Singles In America study, and the results are intriguing! They surveyed over 5,000 singles and 1,000 married people on everything from online snooping to dating deal breakers. Check it out the most surprising results below and see how your love life stacks up just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Sexting is NEVER safe! (Are you finally convinced?)
If you think you’re mature enough to press the send button on that risqué message and only your man will see it, then think again. Based on the Singles In America findings reveals that only 23% of singles who’s received a sext has shared the sext with others.
Women like to research men online…
If you already know your date’s education and work history before you get to the restaurant, you’re not alone. 48% of single women look someone up on Facebook before a first date. You already know that being Catfish’d is a growing trend, so doing a little extra research is mandatory.
Whether you’re single, dating, or hitched, it’s normal to be curious about everyone else’s love lives. Are your communication skills shifty? Are you being too picky? For more details on the full Singles In America findings, check out the full Ustream presentation. Being single in America on Valentine’s may be tough, but Match.com’s sweet findings and “Sweets in the City” chocolate treats make it a whole lot sweeter.
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