Speed dating survey results
There’s no use faking a connection: If you don’t click with your potential mate, you probably wouldn’t want to be in a relationship with them anyway.
After that was Match, e Harmony, Grindr, and the catch-all “other” category, which each came in at under 10% each.The survey found that a majority of women using dating apps had experienced some form of harassment, running the gamut from feeling harassed “once or twice” to “always.” Men were much less likely to experience harassment, with only about 21% of those surveyed saying they’d been bothered.Tinder and Ok Cupid were the worst culprits, with 39% and 38% of respondents saying they’d been harassed, respectively.What seems pretty clear from all the research is that speed dating isn’t just B. In general, people are pretty quick to determine whether they like each other.(Four minutes might be pushing it, though, since some research suggests it takes 20 minutes for people to decide whether they want a second date.) And first impressions may be more important for men than for women.