With technology bringing dating to your phone, people are flirting by the millions.Plenty Of Fish has 4.3 million active members per day and on Tinder, the amount of swipes and matches has doubled in the last 6 months, there are 750 million swipes and 10 million matches every single day.The survey was completed by 60 young adult participants recruited via social media.
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