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It's no surprise that lockdown had an influence on the way we date.

A study commissioned by Virgin Media in the UK saw that virtual dating increased by 36% during lockdown with 6 out of 10 people admitting that they preferred the 'new normal'

This saw many of them continuing with video dates even after lockdown rules were relaxed, saving them both time — desktop takes an average of 60 minutes, compared to 86 minutes in person — and money.

Interestingly, these daters also said that they could tell whether they had a connection with a person within 30 seconds of their video call.

Another study, done for in-person dating at speed dating events found that it takes just three seconds on average to realize that you are attracted to someone and a mere fifth of a second to fall in love.

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