We recently polled our members for their thoughts on how a vaccine for Covid-19 might impact their willingness to date and meet new people.
Also quite surprisingly a large portion of the respondents did not see the vaccine as a significant factor with 61% of men and 46% of women willing to either date socially distanced or without consideration to vaccine status.
The difference in attitudes between men and women were more pronounced with women 88% more likely to opt for online chatting at this point in the pandemic. Male respondents on the other hand were 70% more likely to ignore the vaccine status of a potential partner when it comes to meeting for a date.
In polling of our Casual network and found that when it comes to casual relationships people seem to be more, rather than less cautious when it comes to Covid-19 and the vaccine. There was a stronger preference for online only interactions.
At HubStars we feature prominent advice for users on all our platforms with tips on how to stay safe and healthy in these challenging times.
Poll data collected from 17th – 23rd February across our global platform.
2969 Respondents from 23 countries with the majority USA & Canada, UK & Ireland, Spain, India, South Africa.
Question asked: “How will the Covid-19 vaccination affect your dating life?”