But where are other eligible bachelors and bachelorettes looking for romance? S.-based Internet users searched for on Yahoo within the past 30 days.
Though the numbers don't necessarily reflect actual users, they're good indications of each specific site's popularity.
Love is in the air and it’s apparent online, where an increasing number of singles find their next date virtually.
Top states included Vermont, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.
Looks like residents of small, northeastern states are looking for new dating avenues. Nearly 20 years later, the site is now available in 24 countries and 15 different languages. S., 73% of searches came from men, and the top states were North Dakota, Vermont and Minnesota.
And it’s true that Tinder peppers our map from sea to shining sea.
But the unexpected winner of our virtual lonely hearts club?
Christian Mingle, a faith-based dating site, dominates the Bible Belt. We’ll determine exactly what the state of dating is in the United States and which apps have a little something more to say about the state that loves them.
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?
In addition to these services, popular search terms for Yahooligans included "Christian dating," "cougar dating site" (yeah, we know) and "plenty of phish dating." That last one must be a common misspelling of website Plentyof Fish ...
unless we're unaware of a dating site specifically for fans of the rock band. Share your recommendations in the comments section.
There's certainly no shortage of services for web-savvy daters.