Overall, our young singles were more open to the idea of online dating, more comfortable with meeting their online matches, and more inclined to believe that the internet is a valid place to look for love.
Mature singles were more skeptical, but they shouldn’t dismiss the idea outright; more of our respondents 65 had married an online match than any other age group.
Intrigued, we took to the streets—or rather, Google Consumer Surveys It turns out age is the biggest predictor of how people feel about online dating services.
Millennials and Generation Z-ers are “digital natives”– they’re the first generation to grow up with the internet, social media, cell phones, etc.
They use their computers and smartphones for everything from finding a place to eat to buying a car, so using it to find a companion isn’t much of a stretch.
If you’re both adults, single and you use protection, it’s your choice – but if you’d rather not, that’s your choice too. If you like someone, you have nothing to lose by letting them know.
If they are interested, they’ll be happy that you called.