Our recent survey on how money impacts romantic relationships explores Americans’ attitudes about the intersection of love and money, as well as how the sexes think they stack up when it comes to finances.
In this video, we hit the streets of San Francisco to ask people: “Who pays for the first date?”
Let us know in the comments section: who pays on a first date? Do you pay? Do you go dutch? Do you let the other person pay if they offer?
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