Along with the help of Survata, Mashable surveyed 3,000 participants on what they found acceptable and polite in regard to dating in the digital age.
Of those with a phone, 61.5% of men say they’ve never sexted, compared to 70.5% of women, so the practice is hardly mainstream.
But 17.5% of singles say they have engaged in both sending and receiving sexts, and the number jumps to 25.6% for those in a committed relationship. Don’t be quick to think more established love equals more sexting, though — for married people, only 9.2% say they’ve engaged in sexting. Married people are least likely to sext; those in (unmarried) committed relationships are most likely. Read the rest at Mashable.