Internet dating? If you re 25 and female you ll get luckiest, Daily Mail Online

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Internet dating? If you re 25 and female you ll get luckiest, Daily Mail Online

Published: 15:50 GMT, Three January 2014 | Updated: Ten:37 GMT, Five January 2014

Yesterday, MailOnline exposed the ideal dating profile photo. Today, we analyse results that expose the leading indicators that will predict whether a single person will get a message from the opposite lovemaking in 2014.

And for guys, age is more than a number: ladies aged 25 get most dates, while 33-year-old women get least.

Dudes’s age is immaterial – education and salary are more significant to women.

Skinny women who own dogs and earn ?30-40,000 per year have the odds in their favour

It seems a 25-year-old Catholic woman who wields a dog, describes herself as skinny, and drinks alcohol three times a week is more likely to receive the largest number of messages than any other woman.

Her last relationship would have lasted inbetween three and eight years, according to the analysis.

Likewise, a single Christian, athletic man with brown hair, who publicly states that he wants children, drinks socially and makes inbetween ?60,000-?90,000 ($100,000-$150,000) a year will receive the most number of messages from women.

He would have a masters, law or doctorate degree, and have brown hair.

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A team of researchers, including two PHD scientists, examined more than 1.8 million messages sent inbetween heterosexual singles.

Their sample involved more than 81,000 singles inbetween the ages of 25 and 35 in America.

Researchers analysed attributes, demographics, physical traits and length of profiles to identify what makes boys and women most desirable on a dating site.

Educated Christian dudes who want children are likely to be popular

Data from online dating site Slew Of Fish exposed women who drink alcohol receive Four.Four per cent more messages than the average woman on the site. Female non-drinkers receive almost 24 per cent fewer messages.

Women inbetween 25 and 26 were most popular, receiving 14.Four per cent more messages, whereas 33-year-old women receive the fewest.

The most popular women earn inbetween ?30,000-?45,000 ($50,000-$75,000), receiving 14 per cent more messages than the average woman.

Women who are Catholic receive 20 per cent more messages than other religions while those who described their assets type as ‘lean’ receive 41 per cent more than the average woman.

Those who own a dog receive Five per cent more messages than those who do not.

For dudes, on the other arm, level of education makes a real difference.

If you’re skinny, 25 and drink three times a week – you’re halfway there

Those who have a doctorate, MD or law degree receive a third (33 per cent) more messages compared to the average single man.

And they’ll have to be earning more, too.

The most popular dudes were found to earn inbetween ?45,000-?90,000 ($75,000-$150,000) per year – a significant markup from the popular women’s salary. These dudes receive 42 per cent more messages than the average man on Slew Of Fish.

Christian guys receive 20 per cent more messages than other dudes, while those who want children receive 23 per cent more.

Furthermore, those who ‘Choose not to say’ whether they want children receive 21 per cent fewer messages – and those who ‘Don’t want children’ receive 42 per cent fewer.

Studs whose profile description is 1000 characters or more receive 59 per cent more messages than the average man, and those whose are 100 characters or less receive 9.75 per cent fewer.

However, this data contradicts findings from Zoosk, which found users were more successful keeping it brief and sweet. Their analysis of more than Four,000 users found those with 100 to 200 words received Ten per cent more messages.

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