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I've decided to organize the statistics and facts into two main areas.
The first which starts on this page will deal with the general online dating industry as a whole.
While statistics can be spun to make almost anything look good, I've tried to report just the basic facts.
The data has been gathered from such sources as blogs, online newspaper and magazine articles, company financial statements, company advertising information packages (including media packages), the actual dating service website (or their parent company website), and multiple website measurement services.
Online dating businesses serve the public when they are looking for new relationships, romance, love and the possibility of a new and lasting partnership.
The Association will have an important and traditional role as a trade body – ensuring the sector is properly represented so that it has a stronger voice with Government, regulators, the media, financial service providers, social networks and others.
This page is an attempt by me to organize the vast majority of online dating related statistics and facts available on the Internet.
Almost every week there seems to be a new statistic produced that tries to top the last one.
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Bridget Jones may have been the UK’s emblematic female singleton in recent years, but these days it's the men of Britain who are more likely to follow in her path … British singles are the most dissatisfied with their single status, men more so than women, according to a new survey by PARSHIP, Europe’s largest premium online dating service, which uses a rigorous personality profiling test to determine compatibility In the survey of 5,000 single Europeans, UK men and women may be the most dissatisfied, shy and serially single in Europe, but their lonesome state results partly from ideals: they believe in holding out for Mr or Ms Right and when looking for love favour marriage over a long-term commitment without the wedding contract.
UK singles, together with the Germans, are the least happy in Europe, with 35% saying they are dissatisfied with their single status and only 39% saying they are truly satisfied.
The happiest are the Dutch, with 62% of singles in the Netherlands claiming to be happy and satisfied.
To put this into perspective, 85% of British people in a relationship say they are very or fairly satisfied.
The Internet Access – Households and Individuals 2015 statistical bulletin provides more information on the range of activities carried out on the internet but the estimates are derived from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, which has a much smaller sample size than the LFS from which Internet users is derived.