A new survey by Consumers’ Research looked at how many people end up with relationships from dating apps, and which ones have the most.
According to The Daily Dot, they looked at Tinder, Match, Grindr, e Harmony, and Ok Cupid to assess the behaviors of online daters after a new Pew study showed that online dating has increased in all age groups since 2013.
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While your best chance at finding love is through a friend–which is how 63% of married couples say they met their partner–you still only have a 17% chance that you will like the person you're set up with.
Only 9% of women report finding a relationship at a bar or club, and only 2% of men has made a relationship through that scenario. Online dating statistics show that 20% of those in current, committed relationships began online and 7% of marriages in 2015 were between couples that met on a dating website.
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.
Old faithful, Tinder, made the list at number four.
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One-in-five online daters have asked someone else to help write or review their profile.
Female users are seeking help from friends more so than men are: 30% of female users have asked a friend for help with their profile, whereas only 16% of male users have asked friends to help create their profile.