While 74% of women say they offer to pay because they don't want to feel obligated for anything – a hug, kiss or a second date.

Judgment zone: 42% of singles judge a date first by their social media posts; 42% also say they judge a potential date by their photos.

Next comes their grammar (39%), their teeth/smile (37%), and their outfit (35%). 57% of singles say social media has generated a Fear Of Missing Out.

While 66% are turned off if you text someone during a date; 58% don't want you to place your phone on the table face up; 57% are upset if you read the occasional text during a date; and 41% regard it as rude if you take your phone with you to the bathroom or outside. And i Phone owners are 21x more likely to judge you negatively for having an Android.

Keep your phone current, silent and screen shatter free.

It's another step in the emerging global trend toward the double income family, successful business women and men who respect and admire women for their business acumen.

The one-night stand—exciting, fulfilling, or anxiety provoking?53% of single people have created a dating profile.And today, 40% of singles have dated someone they met online, while only 25% met a first date through a friend.Moreover, if you want to spur a budding relationship forward, skip the flowers: leave your cell phone in your pocket.And how do you know when a friendship is turning into a romance?51% say social media has made them feel more self-conscious about their appearance; and 48% say it has made them regret that they did or didn't do something. Think that giving someone your i Phone password is a sign of budding love? Both men and women agree that more traditional moments signal signs of falling in love including: caring for them when they are sick (87%); attending a family event as a couple (83%); mentioning them to your friends (82%); vacationing together (79%); and mentioning them to your parents (76%). Most singles don't have a clear understanding of this burgeoning social movement.