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The areas of most rapid growth were the youngest adults (ages 18-24) and older Americans in their 50s and 60s. "Definitely the most surprising aspect is the huge jump in online dating use by very young adults, specifically people in their late teens and early 20s," said Aaron Smith, Pew associate director of research.
"If you look at all the academic literature, it says this is a group that should not need online dating, because they are surrounded by young, available single people," Smith said.
Users age 18 to 24 say they have increased their clicking and swiping almost threefold since 2013: from 10 percent to 27 percent.
This marks the biggest jump; older survey participants indicate they've doubled their usage of higher-tech ways to meet people. Bumble is designed to let women make the first move, or just find a friend.
Last year, there were more “Likes” ( 33 percent), more “Charms” ( 13 percent), and more “Crushes” aka matches ( 19 percent) made during that time, which means users are more likely to find love come 2017, Happn tells Bustle.