(The study isn’t explicitly hetero-only, but most questions are framed in those terms.) Among the findings: About a third of single people think “it’s less intimidating” to ask someone out via text message.
(No gender difference.) Forty-six percent of singles get annoyed by a dating prospect who texts too frequently.
Smartphone-enabled daters across the country are busy interpreting their own texts and coming to alternate conclusions about romantic connections between men and women.
A new study commissioned by online dating sites JDate and Christian Mingle surveyed 1,500 single men and women across America about their romantic behaviors and expectations in the age of the smartphone and found few gender differences in how men and women approach dating.
(Some people deserve to die alone.) But when it comes down to it, dating preferences aren't demographic—they're personal.