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Seattle is The Best City for Singles

Amancay Tapia
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Personal-finance website WalletHub has released an end of year report on 2022’s Best & Worst Cities for Singles in the United States. According to them, nearly 50% of all U.S. adults are currently single and the average amount those who are actively looking for a partner spend on a date is over $90.

To determine where singles have the highest chance of finding love, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 36 key indicators of dating-friendliness. The data set ranges from the share of the population that is single to the number of online dating opportunities to the average price for a two-person meal.

The best city for a single person in the U.S is Seattle, followed by Madison and Denver. San Francisco comes fourth and San Diego in ninth position.

On the other hand, Montgomery, Columbia, Dover, Winston-Salem and Shreveport are the top worst cities for singles.

The report revealed that Burlington, Vermont, has the highest share of single people, 74.83 percent, which is two times higher than in Fremont, California, the city with the lowest at 37.68 percent.

If $90 is a bit too pricey considering the financial struggles many are currently experiencing with the inflation, Glendale in Arizona is the place to be for a cheaper date.Glendale has the lowest average restaurant-meal cost, $30.00, which is 3.3 times lower than in New York, Irvine, California, Pearl City, Hawaii, and Santa Rosa, California, the cities with the highest at $100.00.

Indianapolis has the lowest average price for a bottle of wine, $3.68, which is four times lower than in Detroit the city with the highest at $14.74.

Those who love a movie date and are out of pocket could always consider a move to Port St. Lucie, Florida. It has the lowest average price for a movie ticket, $6.43, which is 2.7 times lower than in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, the cities with the highest at $17.40.

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