2023 Love Data Shows That Colorado Is ‘Down To’ Tinder
2024 in Colorado could be a year of lots of "getting together," as end of year data for 2023 shows the Centennial State is in the top 15 of states that are "into" Tinder.
When it comes to the Tinder app, either you're swiping left or swiping right, in search of a match. Coloradans are not shying away from that prospect, according to 2023 data. Will 2024 be "the" year for you?
Lots of single people in America love Tinder, including single Coloradans. Tinder does have a lot of pros, like it's anonymous, there's a large database, and it's great for "casual dating."
Leave it to a site that reviews sex toys to tell us all how we much we interact with Tinder, but BedBible.com were the ones to release this year-end data on U.S. states that are most keen to use Tinder; Colorado isn't at the top of the list, but it isn't at the bottom, either.
HOW DID THEY GATHER THIS TINDER DATA FOR COLORADO?
BedBible.com looked at the number of times each of the 50 states Googled terms that are related to Tinder. Things like, “Tinder", "Tinder date site", and "Tinder login."
The number of searches for each term was then added up to give a total of searches for each state. This was then compared to the population to calculate how many searches per 100,000 people.
WHERE DOES COLORADO SHOW UP ON THIS TINDER-INTERESTED LIST?
Colorado lands at #11 on the list of 50 states searching about Tinder, with nearly 700 searches per month per 100,000 Coloradans.
WHAT STATE WAS #1 ON THIS LIST?
Maine tops the Tinder-searching list with 936 searches per month per 100,000 Mainers.
WHAT STATE CAME IN AT #50 ON THE LIST?
Mississippi comes in at #50; perhaps they agree with all the "cons" regarding Tinder and shy away from it. Mississippians garnered only 312 Tinder searches per month per 100,000 people.
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