35% of Americans
Willing to Pay for Dating Research to Feel Safer

With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, just how curious are Americans when it comes to dating and safety? A January 2014 survey revealed that 71% of Americans would search for information about someone they are in a relationship with, or considering being in a relationship with in order to feel safer. Harris Interactive, commissioned by people search company, Spokeo, conducted the survey online among more than 2,000 U.S. adults. Taking it beyond the free online search or friend referral, 35% of Americans revealed that they are even willing to pay a fee for information about their mate. To learn more about the results, see the complete findings below. To view dating tips from Cyber Dating Expert, and Spokeo spokesperson, Julie Spira visit the Spokeo blog.

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