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These Are The 10 Best And Worst Cities To Live For Singles
Almost half of the adult population in the U.S. are single. Some are happy being single, while others are searching for the love of their life.
Personal finance website WalletHub analyzed over 180 cities in the U.S. on the cities that are best for finding love. The cities were compared across 36 key indicators of dating-friendliness, such as the number of online dating opportunities and the average price for a two-person meal.
Burlington, Vermont, boasts the highest share of single people, while Fremont, California, has the lowest in the U.S.
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What should singles look for when choosing a city to live in?
“There are a few general things to look for: Is there a reasonable variety of bars, clubs, and restaurants where you can meet people? Are there other locations where you can meet people, like spaces for open-air concerts, places that offer art or other classes you are interested in, etc?,” says Karin Sternberg, Lecturer/Research Associate, Cornell University.
Sternberg shares, “To meet other people, you will have to go out and do something, and it helps if you can go out and do something you actually enjoy.”
At the end of the day, you should choose a city that fits your interests. This way, you are more liable to come in contact with like-minded individuals who may spark romantic interest.
Top 10 best cities for singles
- Seattle, WA
- Madison, WI
- Denver, CO
- San Francisco, CA
- Portland, OR
- Minneapolis, MN
- Austin, TX
- Honolulu, HI
- San Diego, CA
- Atlanta, GA
Top 10 worst cities for singles
- Warwick, RI
- Glendale, CA
- Brownsville, TX
- Hialeah, FL
- For Smith, AR
- Shreveport, LA
- Winston-Salem, NC
- Dover, DE
- Columbia, MD
- Montgomery, AL
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