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Millions of people first met their spouses through online dating.
But how have those marriages fared compared with those of people who met in more traditional venues such as bars or parties? A survey of nearly 20,000 Americans reveals that marriages between people who met online are at least as stable and satisfying as those who first met in the real world—possibly more so.
When online dating started gaining widespread attention a decade ago, many people considered it creepy.
But after the exponential growth of dating websites such as Match and Ok Cupid, online dating has become a mainstream activity.
John Cacioppo, a psychologist at the University of Chicago in Illinois, wondered how online dating has changed American family life.