This sentiment is even stronger among those who are coupled—9 out of 10 believe in the importance of relationships.Among all young people, the key elements of relationships are love, trust and fidelity.Olympic athlete and heartthrob Ryan Lochte has been quoted saying he’s never had a one-night stand (even while people were hot and heavy on Tinder in Olympic Village). Most Americans – 53% - claim they’ve never had a one-night stand.A new study by Dating Advice found that while most Americans haven’t participated in this type of casual sexual encounter, men were more likely to have participated than women.
To learn more about what’s happening at the intersection of love and technology, MTV Knowing Youth asked over 400 internet users ages 14 to 29 in Germany about their dating experiences, habits, information sources and attitudes on partnership.
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Financial security and having children play a less relevant role for this age group.
For finding new partners, dating apps and websites are a top portal.