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Some are currently in long-standing relationships that predate the adoption of online dating, while others are single but not actively looking for a romantic partner.If we examine only those Americans who are most inclined to online dating—that is, the 7% of the public that is both single and actively looking for a partner—some 38% of these individuals have used online dating sites or dating apps.Nonetheless, attitudes towards online dating have progressed in a clearly positive direction in the eight years since our previous study: Additionally, one-third of internet users (32%) agree with the statement that “online dating keeps people from settling down because they always have options for people to date.” This is the first time we have asked this question, and therefore we cannot determine how it has changed over time (if at all).Perhaps unsurprisingly, people who have used online dating themselves have positive views about the process compared with the overall population.
Among those who use cell phone apps, 7% say that they have specifically used a dating app on their phone.
Since 45% of all Americans are app users, that means that 3% of the overall adult population has used a cell phone dating app at one point or another.
Similarly, 6% of smartphone owners have used a mobile dating app.
As we did in our previous study, we presented online dating site users with an open-ended follow-up question asking which particular dating site(s) they have used.
was the most-mentioned site in both our 20 studies, and e Harmony also ranked highly in both 20.