Next up was the laundromat at (43 percent,) and the gym (43 percent). As for Millennials, living in the supposed "dating apocalypse" they're actually 30 percent more likely than any other generation to want to find a relationship in 2017.Check out the rest of the survey to learn more about what it's like to be single and dating in 2017, because our lives are a lot more complex then a catchy phrase.Technology, instant gratification, swiping left and right — what's it all doing to us?Match's survey reveals it's got us somewhere in between being hooked and totally fatigued.Take that, But here's where the discrepancy comes in: hetero women aren't taking advantage of it.
The bar took the top spot, with 64 percent saying they meet there. According to the survey, Thirty-five percent of single men think casual sex can be exciting and 18 of single women say the same, and 29 percent of men and 15 percent of women say a one-night-stand can be the best sex.
Seventy-five percent of singles are turned off if you answer your phone without offering any explanation while on a date. And don't take it with you to the bathroom either — and 41 percent that's pretty rude too.
Sixty-six percent will get annoyed if you text someone during a date and 58 percent don’t even want you to place your phone on the table face up. While gender equality has made significant improvements, we still have a ways to go, as evidenced by the actions (and comments) by Trump and his administration's first two weeks in office.
One in three singles have had sex before a first date and single Millennials are 48 percent more likely to have had sex before a first date than all other generations.
Match theorized that Millennials are using sex to interview someone before committing further energy to dating them (time saver?
Helen Fisher, biological anthropologist and Chief Scientific Advisor to Match said in a press release.