The researchers also found that men were more likely to find true love on the internet than women.Some 67 per cent of men but just 57 per cent of women said they had experienced consummate love with an online partner.Sixty-two per cent agreed that it was easier to meet someone on a dating site than in other ways, such as in a pub or club, or through friends.At the same time, the under-35s were more likely to know someone who had been on a date or had a long-term relationship with someone they met through online dating.
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However, women were more likely to experience 'liking' compared to men (9 per cent and 2 per cent respectively), they found.
Companionate love - a relationship with high levels of intimacy and commitment, but lower levels of passion - was the next most frequently experienced form of love, exhibited by 16 per cent of the study group.Two years ago, a study by Bath University revealed that those who met on dating websites were 94 per cent more likely to see each other after their first meeting than other couples.