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Three out of five Singapore singles have ghosted someone or have been ghosted, according to a new national survey by Bumble, a female-focused dating and social networking app. understood.

The survey was conducted online from August 5 to 16 with 1,001 Gen Z and Millennials in Singapore.

57% of survey respondents have ghosted someone. Those who ghost say it’s because they don’t feel connected (56%), they’re busy (43%), or they want to avoid an awkward conversation that ends the relationship (37%).

Women were found to be much more likely than men to do or say something offensive during a date.

61% of respondents have been ghosted before. Those who were ghosted were more depressed, less confident, and more cautious when it came to dating.

65% of respondents believe ghosting is not an appropriate way to end a relationship. Gen Z is particularly against ghosting, with 69% believing it’s inappropriate.

Conversely, millennials (60%) are more likely than Gen Z (51%) to ghost someone due to lack of connectivity, and 38% of millennials say ghosting is a normal phenomenon. , but only 20% in the generation. Zs.

Bumble’s Asia Pacific Communications Director Lucille McCart said in a press release: Or just correspondence.

“As uncomfortable as it may be, this temporary discomfort is a gesture of kindness and respect that allows the person to accept closure to move forward.”

She added: 3 out of 5 Singapore singles are or have been ghosted: survey, latest Singapore news

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