Newest dating site on 2016
Different studies offer varying assessments of how many people use dating sites and apps, but what we can say with certainty is: a lot.
In Match.com’s annual Singles in America Survey, which polls more than 5,000 people who are not Match users, the company found that the No. In 2016, Pew reported that 27 percent of people aged 18 to 24 had used a dating app or site. The proportion of 55- to 64-year-olds in the same category doubled.
Ok Cupid, one of the largest dating websites in the US, compiles data on its "matches" between its members.
In 2009, Ok Cupid found that white men get the most responses from potential mates.
"[W]hite women have an above-average compatibility with almost every group.
Currently, there are more people talking about the ridiculousness of the site than there are active users.
It's not unlike the racist boycott or the Starbucks red cup controversy that sparked debate toward the end of 2015.
Yet they only reply well to guys who look like them," Ok Cupid co-founder Christian Rudder wrote on the site's blog.
The same data was collected again in 2014, and the numbers stayed consistent: The boxes represent people's preferences versus the average; the bottom right box, for example, shows that white women rate white men as 19 percent more attractive than the average guy.