Statistics on internet dating

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# the more the couple engaged in simultaneous online chat before meeting rather than simply e-mailing one another, the more they were found to depend on one another emotionally and the more they understood one another.

# those who exchanged gifts before meeting had a more committed and deeper relationship.

### Notes to editors: The 94 per cent success rate (the percentage of those who went on to meet more than once) refers to the most significant online relationship that the respondents had, not to all their online relationships.

Of the 229 people interviewed, 90 per cent had met their most significant 'e-partner', and of these 94 per cent went on to meet again.

Dr Gavin's paper will be read at an international psychology conference next month.

Therefore we focus only on trusted brands and we always encourage users to try free dating sites out first.

We believe that in this day and age consumers have every reason to be concerned because of the high volume of dating site scams.

Of the relationships, 39 per cent were still going on at the time of the survey, and of these 24 per cent had been going for at least a year, and eight per cent for at least two years.

Of the relationships that had already ended at the time of the survey, 14 per cent had lasted over a year, and four per cent had lasted over two years.

In 2013 it was revealed that 51% of all users are said to be already in a relationship, 39% are really single and 10% are supposedly already married.

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