Relationship seekers decreased in America as compared to 2019

Relationship seekers decreased in America as compared to 2019: 57% youth want to give time to themselves, so do not want any partner

Feb 11, 2023 - 10:15
Relationship seekers decreased in America as compared to 2019

Valentine's Day celebrated like a festival for loving couples, is near. Many youngsters are trying to add sweetness to their relationships this week. But it would be surprising to know that 30% of America's population is single. Of this, 32% are males and 28% are females. This thing has come to the fore in recent Pew research. The special thing is that 3 out of 10 Americans are neither married nor in a relationship with anyone. Let us know the 5 main things that came out in the survey.
6 in 10 young men are still single According to the report, 63% of men under 30 believed they were single. 34% of women of the same age are single. This figure was also divided according to race. According to research, 47% of black youth are single in America. 45% of singles are already using online dating apps to find their partners.
Among adults in 2019, 49% were those who wanted to be in a relationship. After 2 years this figure has come down to 42%. In 2019, 61% of men were looking for a partner. Reduced to 50% in 2020. On the other hand, 38% of women wanted a relationship in 2019. Now 35% of women believe that they can go into a relationship.
51% of people believe that keeping both options open in online dating increases the chances of finding a partner. 56% of men want a romantic relationship. At the same time, 44% of women also want the same.
A large proportion of single people are not interested in getting into any kind of relationship. They are happy with themselves. Want to prioritize yourself? 57% of people do not want to get into any relationship. On the other hand, there are only 22% of people are looking for a partner. 13% committed and 7% want to go into casual relationships.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer