The only station on in your car ever (if it’s not talk radio about footy of course) will most likely be Triple J.
Millennial dating has brought about a very unusual shift in dating dynamics and we have a hard time keeping up.
On some level, this dedication to achieving their career goals may be one of the top reasons why Millennials are leaving dating aside and focusing on something that's seemingly more important than relationships.
Our latest research compares overall interest in dating against established measures and events like economic factors, key political moments, and popular culture phenomena such as Royal Fever to reveal the factors that impact Australians’ dating habits.
With the Australian Open and Australia Day long weekend in late January, we can expect to see Aussies going on more dates which makes it an exciting time for both singles and couples.
It was the biggest, hairiest spider I’d ever seen, and it was sprinting across the bedroom wall. ), so screaming is totally and completely unnecessary.
Some love going for hikes or bike rides, and some may love trips “up to the farm,” but if you’re dating an Australian, you’ll learn you’ve gotta get your hands dirty once in a while. Seriously, what kind of game goes on for days and days and days?
Among the findings, the Index shows that yearly interest in love and dating starts to climb from the end of September and continues to surge around the AFL and NRL grand finals, as well as the October Labour Day long weekend, when the Dating Index increases by approximately seven points over the daily average score – suggesting that the warmer weather, combined with the extra time off work and national sporting excitement are the perfect boosters to dating activity.
This trend continues over the summer season, with heightened interest in love and dating over the Christmas and New Year break, Australia Day and towards the end of the Australian Open, with an average Dating Index increase of 27%, from 41 to 52.