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To get answers, we asked more than 4,000 adults—out of the more than 3 million people who take surveys on Survey Monkey every day—about their perception and use of these services.More than half of young adults (18-24 years old) see dating sites and apps as platforms for casual hookups.In another article, a woman who dated her neighbor until she realized he had a drinking problem wrote, reflectively: “My time with my neighbor may have been fairly brief, but during those months, I think we actually gave each other exactly what the other one truly needed.”If Tinder has taken a page from the confessional style of sites like Thought Catalog or xo Jane, Bumble’s strategy seems inspired by the Forbes’s annual 30 Under 30 lists.
Roughly 56% of adults view dating apps and services as either somewhat or very negative; their unfavorability persists across age groups and gender.
For example, 59% of women and 55% of men have either a somewhat or very negative opinion on dating sites and apps.
Even when the person on the other end is also interested in dating, they can easily misrepresent themselves.
A survey by conducted by security software makers Symantec found that lying about everything from age, height, relationship status, and income are extremely common.
Our survey found only 6% of people are either extremely or very confident that these services do everything they can to protect their subscriber’s information.