Plenty Of Fish and e Harmony tied for second most popular with 23% each.
And while people said quality does come at a price, the free sites actually scored a touch better for overall satisfaction than paid ones.
And consider this."If you're interested in meeting someone who say, likes the same kinds of movies as you do, or follows the same faith as you do, you can probably find a website that specializes in helping you find just that," said Gilman.
Also, Consumer Reports found OKCupid and Tinder are more popular among millennials.
The majority of Tinder’s users are in urban locations, but because of the app’s popularity, it’s worth a shot even if you’re in a smaller, rural area since it’s a location-based app.
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Melissa Emsley had been using online dating apps for five years-"When you get your hopes built up sometimes to meet the right person and then that chemistry is just not there. In Consumer Reports' survey, respondents gave online dating sites the lowest satisfaction scores Consumer Reports has seen for any rated service in two decades - even lower than cable TV companies!