Don't settle because you're in a rush to settle down. It's better to spend Valentine's Day single.

- Zoosk survey reveals that the countdown is on for many Canadian singles who hope to find someone by February 14th -

TORONTO, Jan. 31, 2012 /CNW/ - Canadian singles hope 2012 will be the year they start a romantic relationship (69%) and many have set a tight deadline. As many as half (54% of men and 50% of women) hope to find someone special by Valentine's Day, and with two weeks until the big day, singles are taking action.

"Traffic to our site spikes in January and I believe it's related to people scrambling to avoid being alone for Valentine's Day as our survey revealed," says Jane Barrett, Marketing Director for the romantic social network While she says actively dating is important if you're looking for a romantic match, Barrett cautions against setting a timeline; "Half the fun of finding someone is the dating journey. You're really cheating yourself if you try to rush into a relationship. Remember, February 14th is just another day."

For more information from the Zoosk survey including how Canadian singles are tweaking their approach to dating to find a special someone in 2012, visit:

About the Zoosk Relationship Resolutions Poll
Data based on responses from 300 Canadian singles, which was collected through an online poll at from December 15, 2011 to January 3, 2012.


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