According to a new study published last week in the journal Science Advances, users of online dating sites spend most of their time trying to contact people out of their league. After a month of observing, they found most online daters tend to message people exactly 25 percent more desirable than they are. But single people are reasonable, too: They also pursue those who are in their league, desirability-wise, though users rarely date down. The researchers focused on four big metropolitan areas for the study: New York, Boston, Chicago and Seattle. Single men have it best in New York.
Veronica Ryan, a single year-old marketing executive based in Dallas, Texas, said she swipes right on potential matches on Bumble based on a combination of personality, looks, and job. In many cases she will take someone with a sense of humor over someone who is more good looking, she said, and career plays a lesser but still significant role in matching. Confidence is key when dating, but is it possible to take your self-assurance too far? Most online daters are swiping right on people who are out of their league, a study carried out by University of Michigan researchers and published on this week by the American Association for the Advancement of Science found. It studied dating habits in Boston, New York, Chicago, and Seattle and calculated desirability based on the number of messages a single person received as well as the number of messages the person messaging them received.
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