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Getting a response online can be a hit-and-miss affair.
This first meeting is often treated by internet daters as the final part of the screening process (Whitty & Carr, 2006). Despite all the positive things the research has to say about internet dating, there’s no doubt that it can be unsatisfying and aversive. (2008) reported that they spent 7 times as long screening other people’s profiles and sending emails than they did interacting face-to-face on real dates.
Indeed there are now many dating sites aimed at narrower demographics such as sports fans, Jewish people or those with particular medical conditions.
To examine internet dating diversity, Dutton et al.
(2009) surveyed 2,670 married couples in the UK, Australia and Spain.
In this sample internet daters were more likely to have a greater disparity in age and educational background compared with those who had met in more traditional ways.