USA TODAY - According to Match's 11th annual Singles in America study, a survey of ~5K individuals in the U.S., singles are focused on intentional dating instead of casual relationships. Helen Fisher, a senior research fellow at the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University and chief science advisor at Match, said that it's a "historic time" for a "dating reset." "(Singles) really want emotional maturity," Fisher said. 11% of singles say they "want to date casually," compared to 62% who said that they "seek more meaningful, committed relationships." Meanwhile, 65% said they want a relationship within the next year.