Dublin city centre
According to a Hastings Hotels romance survey of 16,000 people….
…Bernice Burnside writes:
Almost a third of single women in Ireland say lockdown has made them realise how much they enjoy their own company and do not need a partner.
But as level five restrictions continue to keep singletons apart, only 15% of men feel the same way.
24% of single men are using online dating more, twice the number of single women (12%) logging on for love….
With the Republic and Northern Ireland both bound by tough Covid restrictions until at least March 5, the loss of our social lives has made 32% of unattached women realise they are happily single and don’t need to meet someone, over double that of men (15%).