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Men and Women prefer good Sense of Humour in partner, reveals Survey by dating app Tinder

The top non-negotiable desired qualities among men are good looks (30.6 per cent), sense of humour (25.2 per cent), shared values and interests (24.1 per cent)

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New Delhi, Feb 12, 2017: ) A good sense of humor is one of the top desired qualities when both men and women look out for a dating partner, reveals a new survey by dating app Tinder.

An in-app survey, which saw more than 15,000 respondents participating, found similarities in likes and dislikes of both men and women users on the app. The survey sought to discover preferred traits and behaviours that users ‘Swipe Right’ for when using the app.

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A very similar percentage of men and women value humour.
Among the women, 24.5 per cent of the respondents said sense of humour is the first quality. Then, 24 per cent of them voted for having shared values and interests, and a man’s intelligence or how well read he is counted as a priority for 22.9 percent of the respondents.

The top non-negotiable desired qualities among men are good looks (30.6 per cent), sense of humour (25.2 per cent), shared values and interests (24.1 per cent). The only significant difference was that women preferred intellect over appearance as compared to men.

Commenting on the survey, Taru, Head of Tinder in India, said in a statement: “We’re often asked about how men and women differ in their behaviour and preferences in online dating, but we’ve found that men and women value the same characteristics in a partner, largely.

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“Both men and women are seeking partners who are worldly and open-minded. This is a heartening revelation for our users who are seeking to forge meaningful connections as you know that there are others who share your values and interests.” Tinder set up its office in India in January 2016, and records average daily swipes of 14 million swipes per day.

Tinder set up its office in India in January 2016, and records average daily swipes of 14 million swipes per day. Tinder also found that activity on the app leading up to and during Valentine’s Day in 2016 increased by nearly 20 per cent. (IANS)

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88 Per Cent Indians In Favour Of Social Media Blockade During Crisis

A new survey reveals how Indians feel about social media blockade

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Most Indians said that they will support a temporary social media ban during a terror attack to fight fake news. Pixabay

Indians are more likely to support a blanket ban on social media in the event of a crisis with over 88 per cent favouring it, according to a survey by market research firm Ipsos.

The survey was carried out across 28 markets on whether the government should be allowed to shut social media platforms.

Some other markets that strongly favour the temporary ban are Malaysia (75 per cent), Saudi Arabia (73 per cent), China (72 per cent) and Britain (69 per cent). Markets at the bottom of the heap, that seemed to favour the ban least are Argentina (47 per cent), Serbia (49 per cent) and Japan (50 per cent).

Most Indians said they would support a temporary social media ban during a terror strike to stymie the flow of fake news.

“Social Media can help fan trouble and worsen the situation with all the unfettered conversations taking place on these platforms. Cutting it out, until the situation normalises is a wise decision,” said Parijat Chakraborty, Country Service Line Leader, Ipsos Public Affairs, Corporate Reputation & Customer Experience, India.

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Ipsos survey was carried out across 28 markets on Social Media blockade by government. Pixabay

As many as 80 per cent Indians believe the government knows the best when to shut social media. Around 61 per cent Indians trust social media companies to share factually correct content on their platforms, during the times of crisis.

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The survey was conducted between May 24 and June 7 this year. An international sample of 19,823 adults aged 18-74 in the US, South Africa, Turkey and Canada, and aged 16-74 in all other countries, were interviewed, Ipsos said. (IANS)