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Consumer review online dating sites
More than half, or 53 percent, of single people have created a dating profile, according to Match's recent Singles in America study, which polled over 5,000 single men and women in December.
We focused on general sites that include all types of singles, but also included our best pick for focused dating that caters to specific groups of people.
We also added Tinder and plan to review more dating apps in the future.
More than 48% of people over 50 turn to online dating for a serious relationship, 26% for friendship, and 14% for casual dating.
That’s a lot of seniors looking to online dating for help, and since dating in your 50s is totally different than in your 20s, the dating sites they use should reflect that, which is where this list comes in handy. You can also check out our in-depth expert reviews of the top 4 sites here.
Those surveyed didn’t rate any service as more than average as far as overall satisfaction.
Ok Cupid got the best ratings of all online dating services, including Tinder, but it got a reader score of only 56.
What Consumer Reports found was that, “online dating, however painful and time-consuming, often does produce the intended result if you use it well—and persevere.” But still, most online daters expect to see a quick return for their investment of time, money, or both.
But because of the nature of dating, and the fact that people aren’t products and are often unpredictable, disappointment among online daters is almost unavoidable.
The study found that millennials preferred free apps like Ok Cupid and Tinder, whereas Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers tended to sign up for paid services like Match.
Consumer Reports surveyed 115,000 subscribers about their experiences with online dating.