However for me, the interesting number '3' was in the comments by a Chinese man who answered the survey.
D., conducts a comprehensive study of singles’ attitudes toward dating and sex that surveys over 5,000 Americans. “We queried a representative sample of blacks, whites, Asians and Latinos, young and older, and gays, lesbians and straights from every part of the country and every walk of life,” she told Buzz Feed Science.
’s global dating survey, which polled some 11,373 readers from across the globe about their dating habits.
They analyze the data from the 12 cities that generated the greatest volume of responses: London, New York, Paris, Chicago, Beijing, Melbourne, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Sydney, Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
Helen Fisher, it’s an exhaustive and fascinating look at what it’s like to be single in the America of today, by compiling the responses of more than 5,000 unmarried people about their sex lives and attitudes toward dating.
When It Comes to Deciding on a Second Date, We’re All Fickle First impressions matter, of course, but it seems we’re stunningly quick to decide whether potential partners are up to snuff.Couples usually wait until six to eight dates before they are willing to enter into an exclusive relationship.40% of women would consider dumping a boyfriend if her friends didn’t like him.Even in cities like New York and London, where apps like Tinder have made it increasingly easy to get a date, people answered relatively conservatively.The average in most cities was under 3, with one stand-out exception.