Boomers dating web
Meanwhile, men and women differ when asked about other reasons they like being single: About the Survey The Del Webb Baby Boomer Survey polled 521 online single adults 50 years and older across the U. to identify social trends and preferences among this group.
The survey was conducted online by Russell Research – 21, 2013.
The Del Webb Baby Boomer survey found that while 44 percent of single boomers would prefer to date someone about their same age, there are significant differences between genders regarding the ideal age of their next date.When asked about the best ways to meet people and find love, single boomers surveyed agree on more traditional methods of finding companionship, with the top ways being: through friends/family (66 percent); social activities, fitness classes and clubs (56 percent); and church/place of worship (45 percent).With about one-fourth of Del Webb residents being single, Ehle said clubs and events that allow for social interaction are more abundant and diverse than ever before.In fact, they account for one third (the largest constituency) of the 195.3 million Internet users in the U. SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR BOOMERSBoomers are expected to be the next wave of social networkers: It's hard to find a college student without a My Space or a Face Book page.To expand, networking sites are being forced to shift their focus to older users.