Follow the dating app Badoo, 78% of surveyors feel stressed and frustrated repeatedly on incompatible days.
On average, the app found that singles have six failed dates a year and spend an average of £285 a year on bad dates.
About 31% of those surveyed also said they find it difficult to express their intentions and what they are looking for, out of fear of what others will think of them.
Meanwhile, 82% of those surveyed wish they could be more open and honest about their intentions as it would benefit relationships.
Additionally, Badoo found that many people on dating apps make assumptions based on people’s profiles and gender.
They found that 43% of women believe that people think they want to settle down and 49% of men feel people think they are just looking for something casual.
The findings were gathered from a survey of 1,000 data conducted at the end of October.
“Dating is more fun when you’re on the same page,” says Natasha Briefel, marketing manager at Badoo. After discovering that inappropriate intent was one of the biggest data agency errors, we set out to create an antidote. “
As a result of its findings, Badoo has launched a new feature that makes it imperative for dataists to establish their intent from the start.
“The new feature helps data providers find people who are searching for something similar to them and get what they want,” Briefel said.
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