Over half of daters reported that someone seriously misrepresented themselves in their profile.
If the question were "Has someone ever slightly misrepresented their height?
Using the former will decrease your response rate by 12 percent.
Maybe that's because nearly a quarter of the polled singles think poor grammar means someone's uneducated or unintelligent, while about the same number (27 percent) think that person is "lazy" or "just doesn’t care." RELATED: IKEA: Comedian Tyler Fischer pretends to be store's couples therapist In arguably their most interesting finding, the website claims that contrary to popular belief, using a period at the end of a text message impresses singles. RELATED: 10 couples on TODAY's Plaza reveal their secrets to a strong relationship However, she added, looking into someone's education and career can be a good indicator of their intelligence level.
Their team has published some research claiming that poor grammar really can have an impact on your dating success, or lack thereof — and an enormous one at that.The website's findings indicate that nearly half of the 9,000 singles polled (48 percent) consider grammar to be a deal breaker in online dating. It's true that the stats vary between genders: 60 percent of men wouldn’t let grammar get in the way of pursuing a date, but 65 percent of women would.RELATED: Music, memory and love: A longtime couple renews their relationship every day But it seems almost everyone can agree on one thing: Basic spelling errors are an issue.Online dating can either pair you with a perfectly-matched candidate, or completely let you down.A recent Consumer Reports Survey finds the specifics of our society's satisfaction with digital dating sites and apps.Consumer Reports recently surveyed almost 115,000 subscribers about their experiences with online dating.