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What they found is that the “most desirable” single gal in New York City is a 25-year-old Catholic who owns a pooch, is fit and boozes it up about three times a week.In order to get the largest number of messages from suitors, she should also hold a graduate degree, earn between $50,000 and $75,000 and have been in a relationship for at least three years — but no longer than eight.
“I’m not opposed to converting, at all,” said Tigar, 25 a digital editor, blogger and proud owner of a Pomeranian mix named Lucy.“If it’s important to him, it can be important to me.” But if she’s so desirable, why is she still single? Meanwhile, the most desirable man is a 23- to 35-year-old athletic Christian with brown hair who says he wants children, drinks socially, has an advanced degree and makes between $100,000 and $150,000 a year.For one thing, the North Carolina native is in no rush to get hitched. That’s Upper West Side hunk Thomas Lautenschlager, a sales engineer who moved to the city eight months ago and has been on about 80 dates.“I always have a pup to cuddle at night, no matter how bad a date is. But he’s ready to find “the one” — a good thing, since men who want a relationship get 38 percent more messages, researchers found.“I want to find a best friend that I like to have sex with and to share life experiences with.Thomas Lautenschlager, 34, of the Upper West Side, wants a serious relationship, is Christian and makes more than 100K — making him a top dating prospect, according to Plenty Of Fish.
Lindsay Tigar, a 25-year-old digital editor, is fit, owns a dog and isn't a teetotaler, which are all the right traits, the site says.
Are these the two most eligible singles in the Big Apple?
Researchers at the dating site Plenty Of Fish think so after crunching numbers to solve that age-old head-scratcher — what’s the best way to win at the game of love?
That pretty much sums up what everyone is looking for,” the 34-year-old Indiana native said.
Plenty Of Fish analyzed message volume between 81,000 straight singles across the US between the ages of 25 and 35 in order to discover which attributes are considered most desirable in 2014.
“The study really identified numerous gender biases that we would expect to move past as a society in the 21st century,” said Sarah Gooding, a spokeswoman for the site.