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This is especially true for women, for those who have been widowed or divorced, and for older singles.
Yet even among the youngest adults, the zest for romance is somewhat muted: 38% of singles ages 18-29 say they are not currently looking for a romantic partner, compared to 22% in that age cohort who are looking for partners. Most relationship-seeking singles say it is difficult to meet people in their towns.
Perhaps not surprisingly, finding suitable partners is easier in urban areas than in suburban areas, and far easier than in rural areas.
“Over the last year, our users have gone to great lengths to call out their political stripes in their profiles, and they are doing that as a way of saying, ‘If you don’t agree with me, let’s not communicate.’ So, putting people into one large pool may not be doing much to break down walls among the politically dedicated.” Regardless of their political views, people are talking about Trump in their online dating profiles, a study released Wednesday by e Harmony showed, concluding that “politics are on the minds of daters more than ever.” Since July 2016, women’s interest in politics has spiked more than 43% and users who mention Trump in their profiles in any context get 17% of their matches to initiate communication.
It has the same number of Christian users as non-Christian users, according to its chief executive officer, Grant Langston.
But like Ok Cupid, e Harmony has seen the number of users willing to date people of other political stripes shrink dramatically in recent months.
While a sizable segment of the population is single, about a quarter of unmarried Americans (26% or about 23 million adults) say they are in committed romantic relationships.
Single men are more likely than single women to report being so situated.