Online dating service for college students

Conducted early last summer, the poll found that use of the services has grown modestly since 2013.

Fifteen percent of Americans have now used a website or app to look for a romantic partner; three years ago, only nine percent had.

Over the past few years, several sites have sprung up that specifically target college students, including Date My School and Ivy Date.

There's no specific profile of the sort of person who dates online.

College students from all walks of life try online dating, and Pew reports that 36 percent of all single people have tried online dating.

College was scaffolded with social activities meant to introduce strangers to other strangers, whether it was speed dating or fraternity-sorority hang-outs.

But a new poll finds that an extraordinary technological change has taken place over the past three years.

But online dating has gone mainstream, and a 2010 survey found that about 17 percent of people who had married in the previous three years met their spouses online.

People aged 18 to 30 are more likely to use online dating than other demographics, and some dating sites are targeted specifically to college students.

The technology also gained some users among 45-to-54-year-olds.

The survey also found that acceptance—or, at least, awareness—of online dating was growing.

The Pew Internet and American Life Project found in 2006 that about 11 percent of all Internet users had used online dating.

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