If you're single and actively dating, this year's Valentine's Day may have been your crummiest yet.
Earlier this month, the dating service Coffee Meets Bagel surveyed 1,320 users and found that the majority of singles say politics are impacting their quest for love.
Seventy percent of single Democrats said that politics are affecting their dating life "slightly" to "profoundly," compared with 55 percent of single Independents, and 43 percent of single Republicans.
You can get your grocery shopping done, plan an entire vacation, or apply to your dream job.
And you can also use an online dating site to find a partner — perhaps a partner with whom you’ll want to share those groceries or that vacation. With so many options out there (and countless new ones popping up regularly), finding one that works for you is no easy feat. Turning to organizations like Consumer Reports and Consumer Affairs for advice on which tech products are worth it, we’ve put together some time-tested tips that they recommend for online dating users.
If your Valentine's Day seems a bit empty this year and you've decided to go online to find your next love interest, watch your step.
An analysis of online dating site reviews shows there's much to be wary of -- and not just the risk of meeting a loser.
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Reviewers noted than many of those who appeared interested in their profiles turned out to from nowhere near where they lived, with many from Africa and Eastern Europe.
Another big problem Site Jabber users reported claims about services being free, and then being hit with hidden charges.
Furthermore, 82 percent of Democrats said "it's more important that my matches' political views are similar to mine," versus 66 percent of Independents and 66 percent of Republicans.