YAHOO NEWS - Researchers at Savanta ComRes discovered couples who connected romantically via a dating app were 6x more likely to divorce in the first three years of marriage. Those who were brought together by friends, family and neighbours tended to see their unions last longer. 2,027 married adults age 30+ were surveyed. There was no difference between short and long term focused services like Tinder vs eHarmony. The survey was commissioned by charity Marriage Foundation.
by Lauren Clark
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Mark Brooks: This looks fascinating, and indeed, hugely controversial! I'll invite Marriage Foundation / Savanta to speak at an LTR online conference.
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