Do you feel nervous sparking up friendly conversation? You’re not alone. New survey shows 60% of people want to connect with new people, but 18% would rather clean a toilet than chat up a stranger
MIAMI – Just in time for the holiday season, Klique, the app creating a fun and safer way for people to expand their social circle, released the results from their national survey. The survey explores how people – whether single or in a relationship – feel about making new connections. Even though the holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and celebration, they are also notorious for making people feel alone. Health and social experts recommend connecting with others to curb the holiday blues and make the season merrier, but this can be challenging for many.
The Klique survey shows that 60 percent of people are interested in meeting new people and expanding their social circle, but 18 percent would still rather clean a toilet than approach a stranger and spark up a friendly conversation. About 20 percent call meeting new people “harder than selling snow to a snowman.” Millennials are also most interested in making new connections, while Baby Boomers are more hesitant to expand their social circles.
For the more details, including demographic information and more, check out the full Klique survey here .
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Klique takes digital networking to the next level, integrating a group-based platform to help friends chat in a safer, more organic and comfortable setting. With Klique, groups of users are able to seamlessly select and organize group outings with the simple-to-use application. To learn more about Klique, visit Klique.com.
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