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Infographic: Online dating becoming more popular, resulting in more marriages

One in six Americans have broken up with someone either online or via text message, a new study on online dating says.

The Pew Research Center study released Monday shows that, despite the fact that Americans have increasingly embraced online dating over the years, instances of bad behaviour (ranging from bad etiquette to much more serious actions, like harassment) on dating sites and apps are still relatively common.

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GRAPHIC BY MATT BAMBACH
SOURCE: PEW RESEARCH CENTER

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