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"The Internet makes sense to me." Indeed, she is hardly alone, according to a new study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center - just in time for Valentine's Day.
Revisiting a topic explored in 2013, Pew discovered 15 percent of U. adults have used online dating sites such as and/or mobile dating apps like Tinder, up from 11 percent two years ago. adults, 18 or older, contacted June 10-July 12, 2015, via land line and cellphones.
Users age 18 to 24 say they have increased their clicking and swiping almost threefold since 2013: from 10 percent to 27 percent.
"If you look at all the academic literature, it says this is a group that should not need online dating, because they are surrounded by young, available single people," Smith said.Here is what some popular dating sites and apps found about their users in January.So if you’re planning on online and/or app dating in 2017, you may want to get your online dating profile ready. New Year’s Day will be the biggest dating day of the year for Hinge, too."January 1st can signify a new start, so this year in particular we may see more singles than ever getting head starts on their resolutions. Dating apps and sites are easy and efficient, and you can literally be swiping one minute and on a date IRL a few minutes later.
With many people ready to recommit themselves to finding someone special after the holidays, it's a great time to be looking for love."Sound familiar? According to findings by the Pew Research Center, 15 percent of adults reported using online dating sites or mobile dating apps last year.Several dating apps report a ~huge~ increase in users on January 1. The app usually sees a 50 percent lift in registrations the Sunday after New Year’s, Hinge tells Bustle.