Move Over Single’s Bars, Online Dating Taking Hold

A Majority Of Americans (52%) Think That People Have A Better (44%) Or At Least Equal (8%) Chance Of Meeting Someone Online Than At A Single’s Bar

Four-In-Ten (40%) Think That A Relationship Initiated Online Has A Better (32%) Or Equal (8%) Chance Of Success Than One Initiated In A Singles Bar

Three-In-Ten (29%) Would (27%) Or Might (2%) Recommend Online Dating As An Alternative Way Of Meeting Other Singles To Their Single Friends

Monday, September 30, 2002

Philadelphia, PA - September 30, 2002 – Bursting onto the dating scene in any big way only a few years ago, online dating services are becoming an increasingly accepted alternative among Americans. A recent Ipsos-Reid poll for LavalifeTM shows that a majority of Americans (52%) think that people have a better (44%) or at...

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Move Over Single’s Bars, Online Dating Taking Hold

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