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By comparison, just 26% say they’d flat out be against (again, either very or somewhat) the idea of moving for a significant other.But among people willing to move for love, nearly half (49%) say they’d be open to relocating across state borders or further.
Just 39% would be against it, and 30% are open to it.
Millennials are generally more likely to set a smaller radius, with about half (49%) open to matches within 20 miles or less. With more open to casual dating and also with a larger pool of peers also looking for partners, they might feel they don’t need to look very far for matches.
Men are also more likely to set a smaller radius on dating apps, with 48% setting a dating radius of 20 miles or less — compared to 42% of women.
That’s far more than the 27% of people who are open to a long distance relationship, of which just 7% say they’d be “very open” to such an arrangement.
Additionally, 6% say that distance wouldn’t matter to them, and another 27% are neutral on the topic.
In line with the trend of people saying they’d look for love closer to home, more people say they’d be against entering long-distance relationships (41%) than would be open to it.