Marriage success rate online dating
And, in what feels like a huge win for any millennials everywhere, at 19 percent of people, online dating was the most common way people met their spouses or spouses-to-be — that includes those who met through dating apps and dating sites (17 percent), those who met on social media (two percent).
It's more proof that online matches can turn into real relationships, which really shouldn't come as a surprise.
"On the surface, the proliferation of hookup apps might make it seem seem as though romance is dead and all anyone (particularly men) is looking for is sex," relationship therapist Aimee Hartstein, LCSW tells Bustle.
"But once we scratch the surface it seems that people are not that different today from how they always were...
I was pretty surprised to hear that 15 percent of people met their other halves at college.
It should be about the connection, more than the actual way two people meet.So things aren't really looking great for the world of online dating.