Online dating usage
In other words, men aren't so choosy about who they swipe right for — but they're rarely invested enough in the person to send a message.
By contrast, women only swipe right when they're really interested in someone.
We expected to see wide areas of Tinder country, where swiping right is part of the single life.
And it’s true that Tinder peppers our map from sea to shining sea.
Unfortunately, experts have long observed that higher divorce rates also reign across the same sections of country, so perhaps Christians are mingling a little too much. What’s trending across particular parts of the country?
Take a look at what each region is head over heels for.
Over at The Washington Post, Jeff Guo highlights research that helps illustrate just how awful people — and dating them — can be.
Other dating apps may do a better job of stopping this vicious cycle before it starts.
As you go west, however, and the non-religious population grows, religiously-affiliated dating gets jilted.
You won’t find a single state that prefers to mingle the Christian way beyond the Rockies.
But if you're investing time and energy into finding love on Tinder to no avail, at this point it might be worth looking into other options.
Love is in the air and it’s apparent online, where an increasing number of singles find their next date virtually.
Often on multiple apps at once, users can swipe through dozens of profiles every minute and plan multiple dates, whether in hopes of a love match or a hook-up.