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Number of Americans who use online dating services40 million
Percent of the adult American population that is single44%
Ratio of single men to single women in America86 to 100
Percent of New York state adults that are unmarried50%
Percent of Washington D.C. adults that are unmarried 70%
State with the lowest ratio of single people (Idaho) 40% single
Percent of single people surveyed said that flattery is the best way to attract someone51%
Percent of single people that say touching as a way to flirt and is very effective25%
Percent of single people that say the best way to let someone know you’re interested in them is by passing word through a friend23%
Average amount of time to make a first impression on a man15 minutes
Average amount of time to make a first impression on a woman1 hour
The number one relationship argument Money
Percent of breakups in online relationships that happen by email48%
Percent of women who find relationships at a bar9 %
Percent of men who find relationships at a bar2 %
Percent of married couples who said they found their mates through a friend63%
Percent chance after a first date a guy will call if he hasn’t called within 24 hours12%
The chance that some will like a date set up by a friend17%
Percent of women who find money to be very important in a relationship88%
Percent of singles that feel they are too busy to meet other singles52%
Percent of women that date men that are at least 5 years older than them76%
Percent of men that date women that are at least 5 years younger than them80%
Percent of singles that find a great smile the most attractive feature53%
Percent of singles that have Googled someone on the internet before a first date43%
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: MSNBC Survey, eZine
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: February 22, 2017

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