Most of us do have a wish list for an ideal partner, but a new study shows that we tend to ditch those lists when we go searching for matches online.Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology analyzed the dating preferences and contact behavior of more than 41,000 Australians between 18-80 on dating website RSVP.To receive special offers, exclusive promotions and discounts at uk you can sign up to receive our newsletters. If you don't like receiving our newsletters, then we're happy to remove you from our list at anytime.
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What they found was that despite the fact that most online daters have a clear list of preferences for their ideal partners, they still contacted people who bore no resemblance to these preferences.
The study was conducted by behavioural economists Stephen Whyte and Professor Benno Torgler.