Twitter Users Don’t Have Very Long Relationships

Twitter Users Don’t Have Very Long Relationships
technology

OkCupid shows a correlation between the length of relationships and how often people use Twitter.

Dylan Schenker
  • 20 april 2011

According to a new report by OkCupid, active Twitter users are less likely to have lasting relationships when compared with people who do not use the social media site. Although the trend persists as users grow older, the relationships on average actually become longer for both users and non users. A larger disparity between the two groups becomes apparent, however, towards the older end of the spectrum with a notable spike among Tweeters in the late 30–early 40 range. In fact,  although there is a consistent spread among younger users, the statistics vary more as users get older.

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