Nearly 1 in 5 People Looking to Date Prefer Finding a Date in Person, Not Online analyzes how consumers feel about online dating and help gather facts about online dating


San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/23/2015 -- Online dating companies continue to pop up and offer something unique to attract those looking to find a dating partner. Although today's younger generations tend to spend more and more time using online social interaction, they prefer find a date in-person over an online search 5 to 1.

"We wanted to know what each age group thought about online dating and whether people preferred dating online to in-person," TheBestCompany's (TBC) Bryce Morgan said. "We were surprised by the results as the great majority still prefer to meet potential dates in-person rather than searching through websites and applications."

Those looking to date were asked the following question: "Do you look for dates online or in-person?"

Of those interested in dating, nearly 5 to 1 replied that they prefer to search for a dating partner in person instead of using popular social platforms to match them with a suitor.

When taking a look at each age group, it was expected and holds true that as each aging group of participants are less likely to turn to online searches to find a dating partner.

TBC has reviewed the following online dating platforms to help give dating hopefuls a transparent look into each company:, eHarmony, OkCupid, Zoosk, Plenty of Fish, Tinder, MeetMe, ChristianMingle, LavaLife,, and

TBC believes in the the customer and real customer reviews because honest reviews put the customers' needs first. Customers should feel confident in decisions they make when choosing a online dating platform.

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