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While writing this paper I learned many things that surprised me about online dating here in America.

I learned that online dating is a 1.25 billion dollar industry, with over 41 million Americans trying online dating annually.

Though I knew that online dating had grown more prominent in recent years, I had no idea that in 2013 11% of American adults had tried an online dating website or app.

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