Sunday 23 April 2017

Vegan lifestyle is a huge turn-off when it comes to dating, new research reveals

A new study has found that 34pc of single people looking to find love admitted that they would not date a vegan
A new study has found that 34pc of single people looking to find love admitted that they would not date a vegan
Patricia Murphy

Patricia Murphy

It seems vegans have a tougher time finding love than other singletons as their lifestyle is a huge turn-off to many prospective lovers, according to new research.

A new study has found that 34pc of single people looking to find love admitted that they would not date a vegan, fearing that they would not have a lot in common because of their healthy lifestyle.

The research, carried out by dating app Trueview.me, found that men were more reluctant to date vegans than women and worried about the problems that would come about during dinner dates.

Meanwhile the survey, which analysed more than 1000 singletons, found that 19.5pc would not go on a second date with a fussy eater, while 21pc are turned off by a partner who likes their drink that bit too much.

Teetotallers don’t come off lightly in the research either as 11pc of those surveyed admitted that they would rather not date someone who does not drink alcohol.

While veganism is not a desirable trait for 34pc, 28pc revealed that junk-food lovers the most off-putting when it comes to attraction.

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