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Couples in the United States who meet online seem to enjoy at least as much marital bliss as those who meet in more traditional venues, according to the results of an online survey of more than 19,000 people funded by online dating service e Harmony.The survey's participants consisted of people who married between 20.
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Yet only about 45% of these online meetings took place on a dating site; the rest occurred through social networks such as Facebook and My Space, as well as chat rooms, online communities, virtual worlds, multi-player games, blogs and discussion boards.
“Surprisingly, we found that marriages that started online were associated with better outcomes,” says psychologist and lead author John Cacioppo of the University of Chicago, Illinois, who is also a scientific adviser to e Harmony.
About 94% of marriages that had started online lasted at least until the time of the survey in 2012, compared with about 92% of those in the offline group.
The difference was still statistically significant after controlling for other demographics such as age, race, religion and income.
Those who met online also reported a slight difference in marital satisfaction — rating their unions on a 1-to-7 scale at 5.6, versus 5.5 for those who met offline.