Dating only one person at a time
Two out of three singles in the survey knew people who met as a result of online dating and an overwhelming 94 percent of singles believe that online dating expands their dating pool, with 86 percent saying it speeds up their search as compared to being set up by friends. Online dating is available 24 hours a day, so the convenience factor is there.
report, online dating sites JDate and Christian Mingle surveyed over 2,600 U. singles between the ages of 18 and 59 to find out how they felt about dating in the digital age. While many have said that online dating comes complete with a "shopping cart" mentality, with a large bouquet of singles on dating sites, one would think Internet daters' date cards would be filled with a different date every day of the week.Should one put all of their eggs into one digital basket?The good news is that the stigma about online dating is continuing to diminish.As the stigma of online dating continues to dissipate, with 85 percent believing that online dating is socially acceptable, the study looked at the behaviors of the online dating cycle from first contact to moving in together, marriage and dating etiquette. According to the survey, while most singles are writing to several people at once, in reality, they prefer to date one person at a time.Does this mean online daters are really serial monogamists instead of serial daters?