This suggests that a lack of romantic compatibility is a common issue for many couples.
While it may feel harder to find love as you get older, the researchers found that the age group with the best odds were 65-74 year-olds, who have a one in 304 chance.
The age group with the toughest odds is 18-24 year-olds, who face chances of meeting the one of just one in 1,024.
The results also revealed stark difference between UK regions – those in more urban areas like London had much better odds (one in 394) than people in rural areas like Wales (one in 649).
Time is destructive for romantic intensity, and constitutive of romantic profundity.
Physical attraction was second in importance, which was uncovered by a photo gallery experiment.Profundity and Superficiality Profound activities are essential for our development and wellbeing; they have an enduring influence on our life and may also shape our personality.Superficial activities affect only the surface of our lives—they are more limited in their scope and immediate impact and they can have a negative influence on our lives, if we engage in them too frequently.But the good news is that there are several things you can do to improve those odds, including saying yes to after-work drinks, and joining online dating services.
Scroll down for video Talking to people in the gym was found to improve your odds of meeting 'the one' by 15 per cent.The researchers based their calculations on 18 key factors, including your location, desired age, physical attractiveness and relationship status.