While I firmly believe in fate, destiny, and karma, not everyone is willing to believe the "stars" to determine their future. Maybe you were wondering, "What's my chance to find another?" There are different statistics that support the answer to this question and I have listed several of them below. Perhaps someone surprised you, especially the number of people who use online dating.
1. 40 million Americans use online dating services. This is about 40% of the adult American population. It's not just a fool, and that could be your ticket to finding happiness.
2. 44% of the adult American population is the only one. That's over 100 million people, so your chances are really much better than you think.
3. In America, there are an average of 86 single men per 100 women. So chances are slightly in favor of men looking for a partner. This ratio is a bit better in the Southwest and in warmer climates such as Texas, Florida and California, the ratio in some cities really favors women.
4. 50% of adult state states in New York are free, so it's best for free people. Washington, DC really boasts a 70% uniform rate, making it the best area (although not a state) for individual people.
Worst states are Idaho and Utah, 40% and 41%, respectively.
5. 51% of respondents from one respondent say that flattery is the best way to attract someone. Do you think you're normal about sex, love, and relationships? 25% also says the use of touch as a flirt is very effective, and surprisingly 23% say the best way to know someone interested in them is the old school court method that passes word to a friend.  6. Photo Profiles get more than twice as many answers. According to economists at MIT and the University of Chicago, profiles with photos get more than twice as many emails as profiles without them. It seems like a good reason for me to go forward and put this photo on my profile.
7. You have 15 minutes on the first impression – if you are a woman, it is. If you are a man, you have a little more pillows. Women usually take about an hour to decide if you have a second date.
8. The # 1 relationship argument is over money – according to a survey by the University of Denver. So do not feel bad if you can not agree on who's paying for the date. It's rather common and not exactly what he predicts.
9. 48% of online business disasters occur via e-mail. It may seem gross or insensitive, but it's the world we live in, especially when creating an online relationship.
10. Only 2% of men find bar stools. This number is for women only up to 9%. So take off the bar chair and try your luck somewhere else, for example online or through a network of friends where 63% of couples claim to have found their friends according to the book Sex in America: A Definitive Survey Robert T. Michael