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Thomas published in the American Sociological Review, the researchers found that couples who meet online are no more likely to break up than couples who meet offline. Rosenfeld’s continuing research at Stanford University concludes that couples who meet online transition to marriage more quickly than those who meet offline.

(The cohort of couples he studied met in 2009, before Tinder was founded; he is currently gathering data that include users of the app.)Still, it is unclear whether Tinder’s surveys, even bolstered by larger trends in online dating, will shift the public’s perception of the app.

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It does not help that in a recent article in The California Sunday Magazine, Tinder’s founder and chairman, Sean Rad, admitted to sexting with Snapchat users. Carbino, who scours Tinder daily, sees what others can’t: humans trying their best to connect.

She is single and said she had found, and lost, love on Tinder.

Whatever the case, Francis and Mialon conclude that "our findings provide little evidence to support the validity of the wedding industry’s general message that connects expensive weddings with positive marital outcomes." The average wedding now costs about $30,000, however, so this does not bode well.

Now, feel free to navigate to the upper left-hand corner of this page, click on the "print" button, and lay this article before the mascara-streaked face of the nearest Bridezilla.

“Our baby girl is perfect,” the proud new father said. According to Jessica Carbino, Tinder’s on-site sociologist who pores over Tinder’s data, more people than ever are committing to relationships thanks to the app, which will have its fifth anniversary in September.

In a report released this week, Tinder conducted two surveys comparing its users with offline daters.

As a result, she said, the offline daters “may be a weirdly skewed group, or as sociologists would say negatively select.”Professor Lundquist also questioned the motivations for the survey, pointing to the anecdotal belief among many daters that Tinder’s picture-based feature leads it to be a “hookup” app rather than a mechanism for finding long-term partners.

“It seems like Tinder is trying to work on their image with this survey,” she said.

She “swiped right” on a photo of John in a tuxedo giving a speech at a wedding. Six months later, they bought a house together; a few months later, they were engaged.

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