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That’s just one of the revelations for Pew Research Center’s study on attitudes towards online dating, released today.Like many women my age who have used dating apps, I'd much rather have a kitschy love story about how we met in a coffee shop when our eyes locked over pumpkin spice lattes. We haven’t stopped seeing each other since that night.But no matter how mainstream Tinder—or any other dating app—becomes, it never has really lost its stigma.More from The Daily Dot: “As elections approach, Iran cracks down on Internet activism with ‘advanced’ censorship tactics”The most overwhelming figure is that 80 percent of Americans who have used online dating think it’s a good way to meet someone—even if nearly a third think the process keeps people from settling down because of what psychologist Barry Schwartz calls “the paradox of choice” or having way too many options.Despite this vote of confidence by most people surveyed, a sizeable amount shared their belief online dating is a more dangerous way to meet people than other avenues.