Dating site success rates
And a lot of people swipe for hours, go on lots of dates, and then— for whatever reason – nothing ever really gets off the ground, which is totally fine if you're not looking for anything serious. Are some apps more like to lead to long-term relationship than others?
A new survey by Consumers’ Research looked at how many people end up with relationships from dating apps, and which ones have the most.
For women, online dating statistics show that a woman's desirability online peaks at 21.
But, at 26, women have more online pursuers than men whereas, at 48, men have twice as many online pursuers as women.
Thirty-eight percent of users had had a relationship lasting longer than a month and, even more impressive, 33 percent reported having relationships lasting longer than six months, The Daily Dot reports.
One out of three have a relationship lastings longer than six months? Thirty-two percent of users had made it past the month mark with Ok Cupid.
Only 13 percent said they had made it past the first four weeks... I know that there's a definitely a hookup culture surrounding Tinder, but I would have thought the number was higher — considering we're only talking about people who have made it at least a month with even one person off of Tinder.
The good news is: there are a lot of single people in America. But how are your friends finding relationships beyond a Netflix subscription? As more people are becoming comfortable using online dating sites, it's quite possible your chances of finding your match are only a few clicks away. Here are 10 online dating statistics you should know: With so many dating websites and apps out there, it's now normal to use online dating to meet someone.
There are 40 million Americans using online dating websites and those users range from young to old.
Today, 27% of young adults report using online dating sites, which is up 10% from 2013, likely due to the influx of dating apps on smartphones.
For those 55 to 64-year-olds that use online dating, there has been a 6% increase from 2013 to 2015.