Reveals What To Expect When Dating A Londoner

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Stats from’s 2012/13 LoveGeist report reveals the latest findings about Londoner’s attitudes towards love and dating. reveals latest stats about dating in London reveals what to expect when dating a Londoner's latest survey reveals that 36% of adults in London are single

The UK’s best known dating site has released the results from its annual LoveGeist survey, giving a real insight into the average Londoner’s love life.

If you’re looking for a date in London, then you’re in luck, because the 2012-2013 LoveGeist survey has revealed that 36% of adults in the capital are single!

Here are a few of the latest findings from LoveGeist:

  •     When asked about relationships, 83% of London singles placed “feeling more emotionally secure about the future” as one of their top 3 most important factors about being with someone
  •     65% of London singles have experienced the “butterfly in the stomach” excited feeling when meeting someone special for the first time
  •     45% of London singles place “career focuses” as one of their top 3 focuses in life and only 8% consider “looking after children” as a priority
  •     On average, Londoners spend £35.17 preparing for a first date and a further £42.20 while on the date
  •     49% of the singles interviewed said that they would prefer to do something “cultural”, so, if they’re dating in London they’re in the right place; a city steeped in history, London is packed with landmarks, museums and cultural hotspots

The figures have been released by match, the company behind online dating site as part of its annual LoveGeist study. The figures were calculated following a poll of daters in some of the UKs biggest regions and cities and have been used to create an infographic highlighting some of the insights that has discovered about dating in London.

match is the company behind the UK's best known dating site - is responsible for more relationships and marriages than any other online dating site.

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