Christian dating chart
And unlike men, as women age, their desire to date younger people wanes.
Blogger and computer science research assistant Randal Olson, who orginally created charts showing how men fell on the creepiness scale in regards to age, compiled two similar charts for women.
Christian Mingle, Coffee Meets Bagel and e Harmony are the only apps that have a majority of female users—and two of these apps have the highest user turnover week over week. We began our analysis by looking at dating app market share (in terms of American i OS and Android users) of twenty of the most popular dating apps to see which has the most users: Tinder sits comfortably on the top of the list with a quarter more users than the closest competitor, Plenty Of Fish (POF), and two and a half times the market share of OKCupid and e Harmony, which also rank highly.
While data has found that men prefer younger women as they age, analysis shows that wanting the younger ones can't exactly be said for women.
According to Dataclysm, a data book by author Christian Rudder that analyzes dating trends, found that after 20 years of age, women become more and more open to dating men older.
In other words, as women get older, the more leeway she hypothetically has to date men more older and younger than her.
Olson then took the data from Dataclysm (the age of men women actually prefer) and layed it on top of the creepiness chart.