" (the response options "Hell no," "No," "Yes," and "Hell yes") and "Is climate change real? And 58% of folks also said they aren't into people who complain on Facebook; 26% went so far as to say that people who abstain from all social media are a turn-on.
Also, 29% of respondents said they're jonesing for phone calls (which is good news for this new dating app). A whopping 65% of "Singles in America" respondents say dating tips and tricks aren't useful. But seriously, scope out a bar that's not too crowded (78% of Hinge respondents say an empty one is better than a packed venue for a first date) and bring your A-game (87% of Hinge respondents say personality is more important than looks).
And though this idiom is laughed off as fantasy by most of the fairer sex, it would appear, from the results of my (very unofficial) social experiment, that there is no smoke without fire.
Don't get me wrong, we can't berate women for having 'types'.
"No short-arses", "the taller the better" and "I only date tall men" also cropped up.
If you didn't flinch, wince or even feel an inkling of social injustice whilst reading those examples, imagine this for a second: What if they were demands being made of women's weight, by men?
Generally speaking, a person's height is considerably more fixed than their weight – which makes it all the more unfair to judge a man on his vertical inches (head-to-toe, before you go jumping to other conclusions).
Android users are also judge-y -- just a little less so at 15 times more likely to see i Phone devotees negatively.