A new ING U.S. study suggests that nearly three-quarters of workplace retirement plan investors who use target date funds feel more secure about their long-term financial future.

The study, commissioned by ING's Retirement Research Institute and its Investment Management divisions, was created to track investors' attitudes, interest and confidence in the TDF market.

Target date fund assets have grown enormously over the past decade, from $15 billion in 2002 to $363 billion in 2011, according to Morningstar.

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