Internet dating statistics uk
Users are able to review and communicate with their matches at anytime, from anywhere. In fact, our research shows that two thirds of people in the UK would use online dating if they became single in the future.More than half of online daters (52%) now use a smartphone to interact with their online dating service, and one in three use a tablet computer. We understand that it can sometimes be difficult to meet people outside of your social circles and work colleagues. Still, we can’t say that online dating is dangerous – at least it is not more dangerous than ‘regular’ dating. Many women who use online dating are most afraid to meet one of the above mentioned freaks and/or serial killers. Meanwhile men said they are afraid of commitment and of women who won’t allow them free time or to meet with their friends whenever they want. New couples usually tend to wait 6-8 dates until they ’get to know each other better’ – if you know what I mean :). New couples usually break up in 3-5 months after they got together.The statistics issued by the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) show the UK public lost £34 million to ‘romance’ fraudsters in 2014, a 33% increase in fraud cases in compared to 2013.Our report shows that 38% of us will be meeting the love of our lives via an online dating or matchmaking service and a further 12% will have their first meeting through other types of website.And by the year 2040, 70% of relationships will be able to attribute their coming-together to either online dating or online communication. Our research showed that the biggest growth segment for the next decade is going to be the 55-64 age group, who will see a 30% rise in the number of singletons and an increase in their usage of the internet.In the following you can read some fun and interesting facts, tips and statistics about online dating and relationships in general that can be found on the internet. I hope that a few of these will surprise you – as they surprised me too – and some will make you laugh. Best first date: have a drink somewhere, and maybe dinner afterwards. On the first date a restaurant is always a good choice, surveys show that Italian restaurants are the most preferred on these occasions. Most important to people in an online profile are the’About me’ (55%) and the ‘Pictures’ section (45%). In the UK the volume of Google searches on mobile phones about dating grew by more than 200% year by year since 2008. 36% of adults admit that they broke up with someone because of their looks – out of this: 31% of men and 12% of women dumped their partner because they were overweight. There are about 3 million first dates every day on the whole world. The 3 main reasons of break-ups: 1: lost interest, 2: distance, 3: cheating. 56% of all adults claim to have an unhappy sex life. 5,4% of adult people die without ever getting married. Chinese people use online dating sites the most (aound 140 million people) – more than the rest of the world combined. e Harmony and are two of the most known dating sites on the whole world. Some surveys in the USA state the average age of an online dater is 48 years, meanwhile other statistics show that nearly 50% of all online daters aged between 18-34 – I guess this latter one is much closer to the truth. About 52% of online daters are male, 48% are female – so we definitely can’t say it is a sausage fest :)!
The figures also demonstrate exactly how and where fraudsters are choosing to exploit their victims.54% of fraud sufferers paid by money transfer (E.g.Money Gram or Western Union) narrowly shadowed by payments taken directly from bank accounts, which was the payment method used by 37% of victims.But in the past few years, some of us are also trying to find their better half online. One out of 10 users deletes their profile within 3 months. Without doubt, this is a fast growing trend as we have less time to go out and relax – and also to meet someone new in this accelerated world.