Ranking of the Best and Worst Cities for Singles! Where Does Los Angeles End Up?
It can be difficult to find love. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 57% of single adults are not interested in a relationship or casual dating at this time, despite the fact that roughly 47% of adult Americans are unmarried (never married, divorced, or widowed).
Relationships frequently involve arguments about money, particularly when it comes to disclosing specifics about balances and transactions to a significant other. Check out WalletHub’s Financial Secrets Survey for additional information on how Americans disclose their financial information in relationships.
WalletHub examined over 182 U.S. locations based on 35 important dating-friendliness metrics in an effort to assist America’s singles in finding love. The percentage of the population that is single, the quantity of online dating chances, and the typical cost of a two-person dinner are all included in our data collection.
The study found that the top five cities for singles were:
- Seattle, WA
- Las Vegas, NV
- Denver, CO
- Atlanta, GA
- Austin, TX
In the survey, Los Angeles came in at number 29 overall. The following categories were also used to rank Los Angeles:
- 62nd – Share of Singles
- 180th – Movie Costs
- 168th – Unemployment Rate
- 90th – Mobile Dating Opportunities
- 85th – Online Dating Opportunities
- 43rd – Singles Gender Balance
- 7th – Restaurants per Capita
- 164th – Restaurant-Meal Costs
Your love life can be greatly impacted by where you live. If a city is popular with singles and offers a wide range of enjoyable activities, you’ll meet more people with similar interests and go on better dates. A city that reduces expenses in the current economic climate by offering free activities and affordable dining options is particularly appealing, according to WalletHub analyst Cassandra Happe.