This Emoji Is the Most Likely to Get a Reply in Online Dating
The world of online dating is weird. Five minutes on Tinder will teach you that. Should your main pic be a photo of you in a floral jumpsuit or a classic neutral color (AKA the most popular color worn on Tinder) Should you message first? Is it normal that all his pics are shirtless selfies taken in his bathroom? Answer: no. There are so many new dating elements to take into account when you incorporate a little bit of tech. Sharing some insight into a few of the top trends that went down in the online world in 2015, OKCupid has put together a comprehensive survey packed full of some super useful tips. Here are three of the most interesting findings from their report.
1. Racial bias is the top deal breakers for daters. The online dating company that’s notorious for a very thorough questionnaire lists “Would you consider dating someone who has vocalized a strong negative bias toward a certain race of people?” and “Is interracial marriage a bad idea?” as the two the questions most likely to be marked “important” by users. The most popular response to both these questions was no.