It’s not what I would call the most efficient use of a newspaper’s website, but the Vancouver Sun published the story anyhow.
It seems that, according to a survey conducted by Zoomerang for the dating website Match.com, users of Android phones “more likely to have sex on a first date and partake in one-night stands.”
According to the survey, which interviewed 1,068 Canadian singles between Oct. 13 and Oct. 15, 62 percent of single Android users reported having had sex on a first date. A further 55 percent had one-night stands.
That compares to 57 percent of iPhone users and 48 percent of Blackberry users who reported having had sex on a first date.
After actually looking at the story, the headline “Android users more likely to have sex on first date: Survey” is grossly misleading. The survey doesn’t predict future behavior. It only reports past actions.
Frankly, I identify with the user Jeremia the Bullfrog who posted this comment on the story:
It is stupid that this is even in the “newspaper”. 1068 people does not provide a descent sample group. And a internet poll? come on you dont need to print every piece of cra p that comes down the wire!But maybe that’s just me.
What’s been your experience with Android users? Are they sluttier than most?
- Android users are more likely to have sex on the first date, study finds (bgr.com)
- BlackBerry Users Least Likely To Score On The First Date… In Canada, Mind You (techcrunch.com)
- Android users more likely to have sex on first date: Survey (vancouversun.com)