If you're single (and even if you aren't), you might be on OkCupid, one of the most popular dating sites today. More than 10 million monthly visitors flock to the site to find lifelong love -- and apparently for one state, flock to the site to find a little one-time lovin', too.
In honor of a whole new year of dating, OkCupid's blog The Deep End released a slew of information about their users' dating habits in 2015.
Based on OkCupid accounts where "casual sex" appeared in their profile’s "I'm Looking For" section, Oregon tops the list of the state most interested in a little no-strings fun with 15.51% of their users. Users wanting to "Netflix and Chill" in OkCupid's chat system rose an almost-absurd 5,357%, which probably means we should start to retire the term. #overused
Titillatingly, a majority of users (58% of people on OkCupid) have a desire to participate in bondage, which means "Fifty Shades of Grey" (and more valid movies about S&M like "Secretary") have left their mark on us ... so to speak. ?
Politically, if you #FeelTheBern, you're more likely to find a voting booth date than if you're a Hilary supporter. Mentions of Bernie Sanders beat mentions of "Hilary Clinton" by 400%. Meanwhile mentions of wet bag of leaves in a tie, Donald Trump, increased by 7 times on OkCupid profiles.
And apparently, if you're not OK with interracial marriage, you probably can't get a date on OkCupid. The number one and number two most important question users had in OkCupid's Questions section both have to do with race and dating. The first is "Would you consider dating someone who has vocalized a strong negative bias toward a certain race of people?" The most important response, thankfully, is "No."
Read the full breakdown over at OkCupid's The Deep End, including which emojis join ? and ? as the most used.