Over two-thirds of Indians say possible to fall in love online: Bumble2 min read 19 Jul 2021, 02:36 PM IST
Nearly 54% of those surveyed claimed there was increased clear communication on dating intentions and expectations during the pandemic. 48% said there was an increased focus on personality rather than looks while dating during the pandemic
NEW DELHI: Dating app Bumble has said that while the covid-19 pandemic restricted physical meetings over the past year, it also changed dating behaviour in the country. About 72% of single Indians surveyed by the app think it is possible to fall in love with someone online they have never met in-person while 38% would not go on a date or have sex with someone who hasn’t received the covid vaccine. About 39% of single Indians surveyed tried a video date as their first date in 2021.