Online daters aim for someone 'out of their league,' study says
A new study by researchers at the University of Michigan found that more than 75 percent of online daters are dating “aspirationally,” or messaging someone more "desirable" than they are. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer is in the Orange Room delving into the research, which also says men are most desirable around 50 years old, while women’s desirability peaks at 18.
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