And how do you know when a friendship is turning into a romance?
Singles still express true love in ancestral ways -- it's not about revealing your passwords." Key takeaways from this year's study include: STATE OF THE DATE Addicted to dating?
The one-night stand—exciting, fulfilling, or anxiety provoking?
35% of single men and 18% of single women say that casual sex can be exciting; and 29% of men and 15% of women say a one-night-stand can be the best sex.
In fact, those who have older models are 56% less likely to get a date in the year. And turn off your audible clicks as you type—this annoys 14% of singles as well.
Modern day turn-offs: 58% of singles are turned off by anyone who complains on Facebook (58%), as well as those who are too active on social media (50%).
Judgment zone: 42% of singles judge a date first by their social media posts; 42% also say they judge a potential date by their photos.
Almost one in six singles (15%) say they feel addicted to the process of looking for a date.
Millennials are 125% more likely to say they feel addicted to dating than older generations.
Men like dating a feminist: 59% of single men think that feminism "has changed the dating rules for the better," saying that dating is now safer (55%), more enjoyable (54%), and easier (49%).
While single women feel that the rise of gender equality "has made me pickier about potential dates (63%)," and "makes me feel more empowered in my dating life (57%)." Women don't use their dating power.
Singles also dislike those who voted for Trump (44%), those who did not vote in the Presidential election (42%), and those who had lots of job changes or "projects" (37%).