A blind date is a meeting of two people who have never met before and, sometimes, have not even seen photos of each other. Such dates can be organized by mutual friends, dating agencies, but can also be arranged independently after chatting online. The key point of such dates is that the participants will see each other for the first time and are completely unaware of each other’s appearance.

It is worth noting that during a classic acquaintance, people first of all evaluate their appearance. With a blind date, everything is the opposite. Acquaintance and communication online already allow people to draw some conclusions and decide whether they want to meet in real life. Practically, there is less chance of failure here.

Accordingly, Real Research launches a survey on the first meeting on a blind date. For instance, what do people think determines the great first impression on a blind date? Also, what is the best place for a blind date? More so, what is the key to success on a blind date? Lastly, when people are mostly disappointed on a blind date?

So, hurry and share your opinion on a survey on the Real Research App from January 20, 2022. After that, you will receive 10 PLF as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on the First Meeting on a Blind Date

Target Number of Participants:
30,000 Users

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