Online dating leads divorce
This study was conducted by Philipp Hergovich, of the University of Vienna, and Josué Ortega, of the University of Essex, based on 2013 data from the National Academy of Sciences.
“We found that online dating corresponds with way more interracial marriages, and way stronger marriages, from a mathematics perspective,” Ortega said in an interview with Forbes. In addition to online couples making it through the first year of marriage more often than offline couples, they also say that they’re more satisfied in their relationship.
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We also expect those numbers to grow because most people’s intent with online dating is to meet someone for marriage or at least a long-term relationship.
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“You can be more selective because you have a bigger group to select from,” he told The Washington Post.