American dating statistics
75% of singles are turned off if you answer your phone without offering any explanation while on a date. Those who have an Android are 15x more likely to judge you negatively for having an i Phone.
While 66% are turned off if you text someone during a date; 58% don't want you to place your phone on the table face up; 57% are upset if you read the occasional text during a date; and 41% regard it as rude if you take your phone with you to the bathroom or outside. And i Phone owners are 21x more likely to judge you negatively for having an Android.
The appeal of the go-getter: The number one modern turn on for single men this year? Entrepreneurs tend to be creative, industrious, self-confident and daring.
It's another step in the emerging global trend toward the double income family, successful business women and men who respect and admire women for their business acumen.
Almost one in six singles (15%) say they feel addicted to the process of looking for a date.
Millennials are 125% more likely to say they feel addicted to dating than older generations.
Singles still express true love in ancestral ways -- it's not about revealing your passwords." Key takeaways from this year's study include: STATE OF THE DATE Addicted to dating?
37% of single men and 46% of single women define feminism as women being equal to men, however 43% of singles think it "means a lot of different things" and 6% don't know what it means. 71% of men find it attractive when a woman offers to split the bill.
Men think that women who offer to pay are just being polite (65%) or that they don't want to be mistaken for wanting a free meal (61%).
The one-night stand—exciting, fulfilling, or anxiety provoking?
35% of single men and 18% of single women say that casual sex can be exciting; and 29% of men and 15% of women say a one-night-stand can be the best sex.