JDP surveyed 2,000 Americans to find out just how curious they get before a first date. The study found that the majority (88-percent) admitted to researching a potential date before ever meeting in person. Beyond that, three-fourths of people say they spend at least 15 minutes researching each potential date. But this type of pre-date investigation may be the new accepted norm of dating in 2018, as 63-percent of respondents say they would not feel embarrassed if their date learned about their online digging.
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