University of rochester online dating study

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“The data is adapted from a study by Michael Rosenfeld from Stanford University and Reuben Thomas from City College of New York and is based on a nationally representative sample of 3,009 partnered respondents.” (Found on

"In the words of one online dater: 'Where else can you go in a matter of 20 minutes [and] look at 200 women who are single and want to go on dates?The study found that online dating is basically a crapshoot when it comes to finding love."Online dating is a marvelous addition to the ways in which singles can meet potential romantic partners," study author Dr.A comprehensive 2012 study from Northwestern outlined some of the potential pitfalls of online dating to avoid: Skip the stereotypes Blonde, petite, and outgoing. Unsurprisingly, when looking at profiles, some are more popular than others.Online dating provides access to hundreds, if not thousands (depending on how much time you have) of people who you might not otherwise meet.(CBS) Are you one of the millions of Americans who use online dating to look for love?

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