Age trends in dating
DATING in the 21st century is a minefield – and singletons have to put up with an ever-growing list of dating ‘trends’ that are ruining relationships up and down the country.
Seventy per cent of people are guilty of “phubbing” their partner off - ignoring them to look at their phones – while if you receive sporadic but suggestive text messages, it could be a sign that you’re getting “breadcrumbed”.
So does Age Match.com, a website specifically designed for older men with younger women relationships and older women with younger men relationships.
Age differences in relationships are no longer important as long as two people find something in common.
It some cases it can take days (even weeks) for the other person to reply.
Ghostbusting is when a person continues to contact someone who is ignoring them.
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Looking at wider age ranges, respondents ages 18 to 44 generally prefer Tinder, and those ages 45 to 65-plus are more apt to look for love on Match.
Bumble is only app of the bunch that requires women to send the first message after a match.
The two remaining apps won one state each: OKCupid in West Virginia and Zoosk in New Mexico.
The results are also interesting when broken down across demographic lines: 32 percent of Tinder users were ages 18 to 24, and 38 percent of that age group prefers Tinder above the rest.