One in 10 have tried it, and you no longer have to be ashamed. Attitudes about online dating sites are changing fast.
10 percent have logged on, two-thirds of those have gone on dates and a majority of all Americans now believe that online dating websites are a good way to meet people -- a steady, positive increase over the last six or seven years.
"Online dating is not just more prevalent, it's also more accepted broadly within the culture," Aaron Smith with Pew Research said.
Smith says while about half of people surveyed still gripe a bit about their dates misrepresenting themselves online, only about 1 person out of 5 thinks online daters are a desperate crowd.
So, next time you're at that party, no need to come up with a back-story just say it was eHarmony.