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Many of the qualities of the individual as a person can also be discerned by others who are superficially observing the individual; the agent has no privileged status in this regard.

But is it easier to find long-term profound love online versus off?

To examine this question, I will first describe what I mean by profound love and then consider the value of online dating in finding it.

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).

'Analysing their results further, the researchers, who worked with e Harmony as part of the study, found that the biggest impact on your chances of finding love is age.

The average UK singleton is most likely to be looking for a partner aged between 35 and 47.

Meeting friends of friends (four per cent) and being set up by family members (one per cent) were found to be the least effective routes to finding love.

The researchers, from the University of Bath, calculated the odds of falling in love with the help of celebrity mathematician Rachel Riley.

And according to figures from the Office of National Statistics, that leaves just 17 per cent of the population as an option.

Physical attraction was second in importance, which was uncovered by a photo gallery experiment.

And using online dating services was also found to be a good tactic, increasing the number of suitable people you meet by 17 per cent.