Does the drop in marriage rate mean online dating is a flop?
Looking at the success stories on this site, and the number of people who have met their spouses I do stand by the effectiveness of online dating. But looking marriage statistics since the advent of online dating in 1995, the rates of marriage have been falling dramatically since 2000 in comparison 1990 stats. (Please follow links to view stats)
If after online dating, lesser people are getting married, the picture being painted here is that the institution of marriage was doing just fine … until online dating came along. Are these statistics an indication of a failure in the online dating industry?
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