Plenty Of Fish researchers combed through 1.8 million messages sent between heterosexual singles across the country, which involved more than 81,000 individuals between 25 and 35.
Singles with these traits are more likely to receive messages than others. Plenty Of Fish researchers say women who are 33 years old receive the fewest messages on the site, and non-drinkers receive nearly 24 percent fewer messages than women who drink.
Meanwhile, men who say they don't want children receive 42 percent fewer messages, and even those who write "prefer not to say" take a hit, receiving 21 percent fewer messages than those who do.
Perhaps because of New Year's resolutions, engagement season or general holiday season loneliness, January is a big month for online dating.
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