Best and Worst Cities for Singles This Year

While dating at all became even more challenging this year, WalletHub still looked at some research to determine the best, and worst, cities for singles who are ready to mingle this year. They looked at over 180 places across the US and compared percentages of the population that is single, average prices for meals for 2, average prices of beer and wine, among other things like number of parks, gyms, coffee shops, bars, and restaurants per capita, as well as the cost of rent for a one bedroom apartment. Here are the cities that fared the best:

The10 Best Cities for Singles:

  1. Madison, Wisconsin
  2. Atlanta, Georgia
  3. Denver, Colorado
  4. Salt Lake City, Utah
  5. Columbia, South Carolina
  6. Fargo, North Dakota
  7. Missoula, Montana
  8. Portland, Maine
  9. Boise, Idaho
  10. Tempe, Arizona

The Worst Cities For Singles

  1. Glendale, California
  2. Brownsville, Texas
  3. Pembroke Pines, Florida.

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