Not content to let the unmarrieds of the world have all the free frequent flier miles, a veritable flood of married travelers overwhelmed a pair of British Airways promotions on dating sites and e Harmony.
Confidence in the success of these services decreases with age.
While the majority of 18-24 year-olds are optimistic about online dating prospects, the 65 group is more guarded; about 70% of them think online daters are The younger crowd is more open to online dating, perhaps because they’re more comfortable with technology overall.
In 2015, online dating sites and mobile dating apps comprised nearly 75% of the $2.4 billion per year dating industry, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Intrigued, we took to the streets—or rather, Google Consumer Surveys It turns out age is the biggest predictor of how people feel about online dating services.
blamed the split on an affiliated promoter — though it’s not naming names — who launched the promo without authorization. “It led to a lot of bad behavior,” a spokeswoman for Match told the WSJ.