Dating and sex polls
It's notoriously difficult to read tone in texts and emails, but emojis can bridge the gap.
"[Emoji users] want to give their texts more personality," says Fisher.
And, food for thought, women who use kiss-related emojis have an easier time achieving orgasms with a familiar partner.
That may be because emoji users cared more about finding partners who consider communication a desirable trait.
And while three quarters of men said they would be comfortable saying “I love you” first, less than half of women would do the same. These probably aren't questions you'd relish answering, at least not in front of the kids.Between 20, the percentage of people in their 50s who say they have sex at least once a week took about a 10-point plunge for both sexes (women dropped from 43 to 32 percent, and men from 49 to 41 percent). The survey found that only 43 percent of older Americans say they're satisfied with their sex lives (down from 51 percent in 2004), while the percentage who are dissatisfied with their sex lives increased.Match.com's annual Singles in America survey — which polled 5,675 (non-Match using) singles whose demographics were representative of the national population according to the U. Census — found that people who have more sex, tend to use emojis more.According to the data, released Wednesday, these statistics held true for men and women in the 20s, 30s and 40s.