By the same token, substantially more urbanites who are looking for dates (58%) find it easy to meet people in their communities than do suburbanites and rural residents.Whatever the reasons, few of today’s seeking singles describe themselves as active on the dating scene.Yet among the uncommitted, relatively few say they are in the market for relationships.Among all singles, just 16% say they are currently looking for a romantic partner. Some 55% of singles report no active interest in seeking a romantic partner.Perhaps more surprisingly, single men said they had been less active daters than single women. Despite the challenges of finding a mate, a majority of American adults have found marriage partners or long-term relationships.And two-thirds (68%) of those in marriages or in households living as married said they had been in those relationships for longer than five years.About half (49%) had been on no more than one date in the previous three months.
The table below shows that while the majority of American adults (56% or 113 million people) are not in the dating market (they are married or living as married), the number of potential romance-seekers is still huge.
Only 16% of single Americans say they are hunting for a partner.
That group represents 7% of the entire adult population.
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