Overall, more female (34%) believe in going Dutch on the first date as compared to male (25%).Noteworthy result comes from Hong Kong, where higher statistics were observed with 41% of male and 45% of female prefer to go Dutch on the first date.
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Lunch Actually today released findings from its Annual Singles Dating Survey 2018 - that was conducted with 1,300 singles living in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Thailand.
As discussed in yesterday’s post Why Use Demographic Questions in Surveys?
, demographic questions are an important aspect of any survey.
However, the exception to this is Malaysian female with 53.66% of them saying no to dating people from another race as compared to Singaporean female (42% says no) and Hong Kong Female (37% says no).
Most open to interracial dating are Indonesian female (94%), Thailand female (91%) and Thailand men (86%).
Key takeaways from this Annual Singles Dating Survey 2018 include: 74% of respondents believing that online dating is the cause of today’s hook-up culture and 46% believes that online dating has killed committed relationship.
Having said that, 95% of singles surveyed still want to be in a committed relationship, and 92% are looking to get married.
Demographic questions are designed to help survey researchers determine what factors may influence a respondent’s answers, interests, and opinions.
Collecting demographic information will enable you to cross-tabulate and compare subgroups to see how responses vary between these groups.
However, an exception can be seen in Malaysian singles who do not rank physical appearance as the most important criteria.