Internet dating site Match.com has released its 7th annual “Singles in America” survey. Conducted under the guidance of biological anthropologist Dr. Helen Fisher, it’s an exhaustive and fascinating look at what it’s like to be single in the American of today, by compiling the responses of more than 5,000 unmarried people about their sex lives and attitudes toward dating. Some of the findings are startling, to say the least.
2. Among the biggest turn-ons: Being an entrepreneur, actually calling on the phone, and being anti-social media.
3. Among the biggest turn-offs: someone who complains on Facebook, being too active on social media, and having not voted in the presidential election.
4. Millennials are 270% more likely than those of other generations to get turned on by someone who binge watches the same TV shows that they do.