Single parents, divorcees get a second shot at love, online
Online dating appQuackQuack surveyed 14,000 men and women to discover that 12% of daters find true love in dating apps, after a failed relationship.
- 23% of single parents also found a second shot at love through online dating.
- 22% of women above 30 from tier 1 cities mentioned being tired of their singlehood but find traditional dating tough.
AdvertisementIn the current age of modern love, Cupid strikes more than once — at least that’s what the results of a survey conducted by the online dating app
Dating app QuackQuack surveyed 14,000 men and women from tier 1 and 2 cities, aged between 20-35 years, asking them if they believed in second chances in love.
As per the survey results, 12% of people joined a
According to QuackQuack's founder and CEO, Ravi Mittal, "We currently have more than 23 million users, and around 12% of these people are divorcees and single parents, all taking a second shot at love."
Failed relationships aren’t the end of love
It can be hard to get over a breakup or a failed relationship but it no longer signifies the end of love for today’s millennials, including single parents and divorcees.
As per the survey, 23% of single parents found a second shot at love through online dating. In fact, 13% of them prefer online over offline since it gives them a chance to mention their parental status before meeting anyone in person and avoid wasting time with people who are not interested in dating a person with a child.
Additionally, 18% of divorced men over 33 years, gave dating apps a try to find love for a second time and 8% of these divorced men found their current partner through online dating.
QuackQuack also shared that 13% of the people on the platform have even given their exes a second chance on the app. However, the survey also revealed that 34% of the female participants would never give their ex another chance — but 26% of these women think their exes deserve a second chance, just not from them.
Singlehood is tiring — but more so for women
AdvertisementThough online dating can sometimes spoil you for choice, it’s not always easy finding true love — especially the second time around, when you carry the baggage of a last relationship.
The survey revealed that for many divorced men, it’s more effortless to date another fellow divorcee than a person who’s never been married. This is where online dating becomes the preferred choice.
“Seeking out another person who has been through the same experience is less of a hassle on a dating app since people tend to mention their marital status online,” states the survey.
As many as 22% of women above 30 from tier 1 cities also mentioned being tired of their singlehood but found it tough to find love through the traditional mode of dating.
However, while 26% of men are firm believers in giving a second chance even if the first date went terribly, 22% of women think it’s not advisable since the outcome might be exactly the same as the first date.
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