“Match.com’s annual Singles in America survey — which polled 5,675 (non-Match using) singles whose demographics were representative of the national population according to the U.S. Census — found that people who have more sex, tend to use emojis more,” Laura Stampler reports for TIME Magazine.
“‘It turns out that 54% of emoji users had sex in 2014 compared to 31% of singles who did not,’ Dr. Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University who helped lead the study, tells TIME. And the more emojis singles used, the more sex they tended to have,” Stampler reports. “According to the data, released Wednesday, these statistics held true for men and women in the 20s, 30s and 40s.”
Stampler reports, “‘Emoji users don’t just have more sex, they go on more dates and they are two times more likely to want to get married,’ Fisher says. ‘Sixty-two percent of emoji users want to get married compared to 30% of people who never used an emoji… that’s pretty good.'”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]