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By Chelsea Whyte. They found that women receive more messages than men, and most of the messages sent on the service go to only a small fraction of users. The most popular person in the study was a year-old woman in New York who received messages during the month-long study period.
One-in-ten Americans will take to the internet at some point in their search for a mate, and as many as one-third of single people, but how do you snag the right one? To find out, researchers at the University of Michigan analyzed nearly , men and women online daters in four major US cities to see how they behave online, and what strategic tools they employ when seeking a potential mate. All participants were heterosexual. Rather than relying on just guessing what people might find attractive, the researchers say this strategy allows them to see who is receiving the most attention and from whom. Publishing their work in Science Advances , they found on average both men and women go after potential suitors deemed 25 percent more desirable than themselves — and use different messaging strategies for people of different attractiveness.