Valentine's Day can be a tough time of year when you're single, particularly if you aren't up for shredding photos of your ex in exchange for free chicken wings. However, it can be even tougher in places where the dating scene feels particularly bleak. And it's true, certain cities are much better than others for singles looking to mingle. So, if you're curious which side the place you live lands on, this new ranking of the best and worst cities for dating should help clear things up. A new survey from the rental search site Apartment List asked 9, of its users who identified as "single" across the U. Specifically, they asked people to respond to the question, "How would you rate your current city or neighborhood for opportunities to date?
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Either way, we've got you covered here. At least, we'll point you in the right direction - which is why you came here in the first place, right? According to the Pew Research Center , the number of Americans who have remained single not married is growing. That means, people are dating a lot longer than they used to. There are many reasons for that, including financial and cultural.
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Whether you are looking for the best singles vacation destinations or looking to relocate to a US city with more dating opportunities, this list highlights the cities in the US where you have the best chance of meeting singles. We used Facebook tools to analyze the profiles of tens of thousands of users across the 50 largest cities in the US. Cities are then ranked based on the difference between single women and single men allowing us to determine for each city how much it skews towards singles of each gender. We'll start with the top 5 places for single women looking to meet single men, followed by the top 5 places for single men looking to meet single women. First up comes the cities where single men outnumber single women.
You may be looking for love in all the wrong places — literally. A new report says it's not you, it's where you live. That San Francisco is number one may come as a bit of a surprise. After all, it's regularly billed as one of the most expensive U.