Who’s More Romantic? Couples or Singles? Survey Says Couples!
Zoosk surveyed couples and singles to find out which group gets more starry-eyed when thinking about their partner.
Did you know that August is Romance Awareness Month? Me neither, but the folks over at Zoosk, the romantic social network, did, and they conducted a survey of 2,300 Americans about modern-day romance. We may complain that romance is dead, but the results may surprise you!
71 percent of couples say their significant other is romantic, while only 41 percent of singles on the dating scene say the same about their “other.”
59 percent of couples are satisfied with the amount of romance in their lives, whereas only 20 percent of singles say the same.
41 percent of couples prefer a hug and a kiss over a romantic candlelit dinner and 39 percent says it’s the most romantic gesture from their partner.
41 percent of singles prefer a romantic candlelit dinner; only 23 percent thought a hug and a kiss was a romantic gesture.
78 percent of people polled agree that they consider romance in a relationship to be very important. Only 20 percent of people polled said it was somewhat important and only 2 percent said it was not important.
Zoosk recently created a Couple Profiles section where couples can create, store and share their relationship milestones and memories with friends and family.
PJ Gach is Senior Editor: Style + Beauty at BettyConfidential.