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Click on the experts’ profiles to read their bios and thoughts on the following key questions: What should singles be looking for when choosing a city?
Last year, for the first time, the number of unmarried American adults outnumbered those who were married.
One in 7 lives alone – about 31 million compared with 4 million in 1950 – and many of those are clustered in urban centers.
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The study also reveals singles’ sexual desires and sheds light on their opinions of modern gender roles and controversial political topics.
“According to the most recent census estimate, over a third of American adults are currently single—and after five years of interviewing them, my colleagues at Match and I have found definite patterns to how singles seek and find love, as well as their habits and attitudes,” said Dr. “Technology is dramatically changing how we court, but it can’t change the brain systems for romance and attachment.
Instant messages – 34% percent of 20-somethings expect a response within 10 minutes of sending a text, compared to 31% of 30-somethings, 27% of 40-somethings, 25% of 50-somethings and 14% of 60-somethings.
Men want a faster connection than women – 30% of single men expect this immediate response compared to 26% of single women.