Best dating cities 2016
The most popular universities on Bumble were SMU, USC (✌️), and UCLA coming in 3rd.
You’ll find “out” real estate agents, bankers, mortgage brokers, designers, therapists, doctors and pretty much people in any other service you need.In terms of lesbian communities, certain cities attract larger populations of these same-sex couples because of things like feminism, progressiveness or activist efforts that generate awareness and acceptance.Regardless, having a large lesbian population is not the only positive attribute of an LGBT area.Another possible reason is that swipe-based dating apps are much more common than they were two years ago.There is much more competition, and when Tinder was young it was one of the only app-based dating platforms in the space – and didn’t necessarily have to convince users to pick its app over other dating platforms.While both were started with a heavy focus on college campuses, Tinder moved on while Bumble seems to still see colleges as an important focus in the key to long term growth.
And if the daily use numbers are any indication, this strategy is working for Bumble, as college students probably spend more time inside dating apps than the general public.
Entrepreneur was the 7th most popular, so if you have a startup and want to do better on dating apps you should probably close up shop and head to law school or medical school.
If you want to know what entertainment habits will give you a better chance at finding a shared connection, Bumble said that Orange is the New Black was the most popular Netflix show, Chris Pratt & Jennifer Lawrence were the most popular movie stars, and Drake Kid Cudi were the most popular rappers.
In the United States, guys named Lucas, Ryan, Matthew, Nick and Josh were the most swiped right.
And for girls you probably did better off if you’re named Hannah, Emma, Lauren, Julia or Emily.
And yes, I’m skipping the big, well-known cities because you already know about them.