Marriage online dating statistics
Think his online dating profile sounds too good to be true?
There's reason to be suspect: Most people are dishonest on dating sites.
Income When it comes to a man's listed salary, knock off 40% for a more accurate picture, recommends Greg Hodge of Beautiful
An Ok Cupid study found guys embellish by closer to 20%, but the point is that research confirms that men claim to bring home more bacon than they actually do.
Height Both sexes tell tall tales, but men are more than twice as likely to (literally) stretch the truth.
"Men in our study thought it was most acceptable to lie about income or occupation than other profile elements," says Dr. "They know it's important to women." Ettin advises her clients not to answer this question.6.
Job Type and Title Income isn't the sole career point guys falsify; 42% of men in the Beautiful survey admitted to lying about some aspect of their job, from their title to how many people they supervise.
Photos and activities are better gauges of how in shape your fellow onlie dater is (although as you'll soon see, be careful there as well).
As for you, while it can be tough to decide if you're "average" or have "a few extra pounds," you have more to lose by leaving this section blank than by choosing whatever you think is closest.