Millennials are dedicated to finding love with 125 per cent addicted to making a connection, more than any other generation, but 177 per cent feel an overwhelming pressure to get married.
Ladies aren't the only ones looking to find love, 68 per cent of men are trying to find it in 2017 too, and it's easier for them.
Males fall in love an average of 3.3 times more than women.Men also believe sex helps determine if they are in love, 73 per cent more likely than women.Singles still express true love in ancestral ways -- it's not about revealing your passwords.' Here's what the study found: Around 57 per cent of this generation admit they are lonely and are 30 per cent more likely than any other age group to want a relationship in 2017.As many as 66 per cent don't enjoy oral sex but 40 per cent believe that a strong emotional connection will lead to better sex.Just look at how many people seeking dates or mates are flocking to matchmaking sites and apps.
According to a 2015 study by the Pew Research Center, 15 percent of American adults have used online dating sites (web-based platforms like Match.com) and/or dating apps (location-based smartphone apps like Tinder).
The East Coast seems to attract more love birds with San Jose, California, singles claiming to be in love the most times at 6.5 times more than other cities.
Around 37 per cent of singles do not want to hear they need to put themselves out there, 36 per cent hate when they are told not to be so picky and 65 per cent agree that they don't find dating advice useful.
There's no shame in sleeping with someone before a first date but having an Android or cracked phone screen is definitely not okay, according to America's singles.
The rules of dating are always shifting and the annual Singles in America survey set out to find what people really thought about when they were searching for love.
Most wouldn't be surprised that 64 per cent of singles meet partners at a bar, but other successful flirting venues include the laundromat at 43 per cent and the gym at 42 per cent.