Only 38% of men admit to checking out their date ahead of time
What role does technology play in your social life? Do you Google someone before the first date? Is Facebook the first place you go to announce your relationship status? Is sexting a part of your flirting?
The folks at Match.com were wondering too, and conducted a digital dating survey, asking over 5,000 single and married people about their dating habits.
It seems women do much of their pre-date homework online; 48% of single women research a partner on Facebook before the first date (vs. 38% of men). But men would rather find out for themselves in person — nearly half of single men (49%) think researching someone prior to a first date is unacceptable.
Read more: Mashable