When the star signs align – Scorpios score most success when it comes to online dating
Berlin, 20th December 2018. Success in online dating often seems to be a case of looks, charm and the gift of the gab.
But science, or at least pseudoscience, may explain why some people match with a higher number of potential mates than others.
Dating app Jaumo (www.jaumo.com) did some digging to find out which zodiac signs attract the most interest from potential mates.
Using data from its 40 million users, 500,000 of whom are based in the UK, the app tallied up the number of likes received by users from each of the 12 zodiac signs.
The results showed surprisingly stark differences, with some zodiac signs having up to a 74% higher chance of scoring a like.
Scorpios scooped up almost an eighth, or 12%, of all likes, while Librans came in second with just under 10%. Poor old Sagittarians lag at the bottom with only 7%, with the other nine star signs falling somewhere in-between.
The research also found that Scorpios, Capricorns and Librans match most frequently with all zodiac signs. This implies that those born in the autumn and winter months are luckier in love.
Often stereotyped as fiery and sharp-tongued, Scorpios count the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Picasso and Julia Roberts among their ranks.
But children of the water sign are also known for being loyal, honest, fair and dedicated, qualities that clearly serve them well in the dating world.
“Whether it’s our love lives, careers or health, star signs can give us all kinds of insights. Of course, it’s up to each person individually to decide whether to believe these forecasts,” said Jaumo CEO and founder Jens Kammerer.
Jaumo (www.jaumo.com) is a dating app with 40 million users in 180 countries, with 2.3 million users in the USA and 520,000 in the UK. The app is available for free on iOS and Android. The app aims to bring people together around the world, whatever the type of connection they seek. Jaumo was founded in 2011 by Jens Kammerer and Benjamin Roth in Göppingen and the team consists of 24 international employees working 100% remotely.