Do college students use online dating
To find out if Millennials are really as flaky and love-averse as they seem, ABODO Apartments — an online apartment marketplace helping college students find their next off-campus rental — surveyed 3,500 college students across the country about their dating app use and their views on love and relationships.
For some, however, the lines were a little blurry: 20 percent of men and 17 percent of women said dating app use was only cheating if flirty messages were exchanged.
Similarly, around nine percent of men and four percent of women thought meeting up in person makes it cheating.
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