Without a doubt, the majority of Panamanians meet their romantic partners via the traditional methods of mutual friends, organizations, work, school, or church, etc; however, the tide will continue to shift towards online dating as time goes on.
You can already notice the trend now with thousands of people in the cities of Panama City, San Miguelito, and David trying to find love online.
For even more about the Panamanian culture, check out this post by my friend Evelyne...
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