Reports on line dating

Our top internet dating site, Match.com, has the combination of features and name recognition that give you a decent chance at finding love.

You can browse as much as you like before deciding if you want to pay for an account, and there are so many ways to narrow your search so that you can custom-make your own best matches.

“I tried to say it as nice as possible, because I didn’t really have any mean things to say, I just wasn’t really feeling it,” he explained.

Undeterred, she moved 40 miles to his town all while trying to convince him to give her another chance.

The share of 18- to 24-year-olds who use online dating has roughly tripled from 10% in 2013 to 27% today.,” the ratings giant went about the meticulous work of dispassionately reporting the results of a survey of about 115,000 subscribers in meticulous detail. And a handy guide to dating lingo such as “Netflix and chill” (in case you didn’t know, it’s slang for coming over to have sex) and “Tinderella” (a “twist on Cinderella; popular with male Tinder users to describe the perfect match”) for newbies.Even the highest ranking site — the free Ok Cupid — received a reader score of 56, which basically translates to “meh.” (Runners up: Tinder, with a 52; Grindr, with a 52 and Plenty Of Fish, with a 50.; all are also free.) Or as the story dispassionately puts it: Respondents “gave online dating sites the lowest satisfaction scores Consumer Reports has ever seen for services rendered — lower even than for tech-support providers.” But is that really Tinder’s fault? – Finding the love of your life and being part of a happy, lasting relationship is a reason many head online to connect with someone special.“I was attracted to online dating because it kind of narrows the playing field a little bit,” said a Minnesota man looking for love, “the idea of like going out to a bar just to meet somebody new was kind of terrifying.” According to Match.com, 50 percent of singles have tried online dating, one in three new relationships begin online and one in five marriages are a result of online dating, but the path to happiness is not always easy when you don’t really know who’s on the other side of the computer screen.