According to the latest numbers from Pew, “5% of Americans who are currently married or in a long-term partnership met their partner somewhere online. Among those who have been together for ten years or less, 11% met online.” As you’d expect, more than half of online daters say that “someone else seriously misrepresented themselves in their profile.” And Americans aren’t just using the Internet start new relationships. They are also using it to end them. “One in six Americans with recent dating experience have broken up with someone — or had someone break up with them — by text message, email, or sending a message online.” Here’s a look at the latest digital dating stats.

+ Does it make sense to segregate online dating from all of our other online social activities? Slate’s Amanda Hess thinks online dating will soon be obsolete.