Match Singles In America

CoupleDumb is a site that focuses on relationships and to that end, we read lots of articles written by really smart people about the state of love, marriage, dating and singles. One of the places that is producing some very interesting data are the folks at Match.com. For the last 5 years, Match.com has been working with Dr. Helen Fisher and Dr. Justin R. Garcia, in conjunction with ResearchNow, and surveys thousands of singles in the USA. The data is not only eye-opening but also extremely optimistic.

 

Some of the fascinating points can be found by going directly to their site or even just taking a gander at this super cool infographic.Single In America

Some of the points that we loved from the findings are:

  • On-line Dating attracts working, well-educated individuals. The data is particularly interesting since CoupleDumb is a big supporter of the medium and will continue to encourage our readers to give on-line dating a try (http://singlesinamerica.com/#/section/2)
  • Social Media is a sticky subject and the data shows that selfies and using social media as a shrinks couch is a big no-no to prospective suitors.
  • We think the most exciting piece of data is the fact that 89% of singles believe in being married to the same person for the rest of your life.

Whether you are a cynic or think that love is child’s play, you are the minority. That to us is fantastic! We love love and hope and all the stuff that makes life worth living. Match.com’s survey results are a great reminder that we aren’t the only ones.

Please check out their site and educate yourself on the state of singles and love in our country.

This was a sponsored post but all opinions are ours, especially on this subject. We have a lot of opinions on this subject.

One comment

  • maryfarquhar

    Great read. I met my boyfriend (easily my husband to be) on Eharmony, yet that was after many lame attempts of horrible tries on dating sites, I even was about to end my subscription to Eharmony til Mike came along. Never gave Match a try but I still think online dating is the new norm & a great outlet for dating, even if we need to humor the bad dates!

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