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The season of romance is upon us once again, but many Americans have no one with whom to share it.

At this point in time, there are more singles living in the United States than ever before, with over 45 percent of Americans 18 and older living outside the bounds of matrimony. However, there are certain cities in which it is easier for them to find one another. Given differences in the size of single populations, gender ratios, and considerations of economics and dating opportunities in these locales, some U.S. cities are better for singles than others.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Insurify decided to recognize the cities that foster the best living and dating experiences for their single residents. With love in the air this week, Insurify presents this year’s winners of the Best Cities for Singles Awards!

Selection Process for Insurify’s 2019 Best Cities for Singles Award

In discerning the best single cities by state, the data scientists at Insurify, a site that lets users compare home insurance quotes, collected information on population statistics, economic indices, and dating app opportunities. From the United States Census Bureau, they gathered data on the cities with the most singles and the least discrepancy in gender ratios. Following that, they used statistics from Numbeo, a cost of living database, to further rank cities by overall expenses, rent, and restaurant prices. Insurify also incorporated information from Tinder sociologist Jess Carbino to factor in considerations of the United States’ largest Tinder markets. Using a proprietary scoring algorithm, the analysts identified the top city for singles in each state.

Congratulations to the winning cities, who demonstrate a dedication to creating the utmost living experience, not just for families, but for all residents!

Winners of Insurify’s Best Cities for Singles Awards

Alabama: Birmingham

Alaska: Anchorage

Arizona: Phoenix

Arkansas: Little Rock

California: Los Angeles

Colorado: Denver

Connecticut: New Haven

Delaware: Wilmington

Florida: Orlando

Georgia: Atlanta

Hawaii: Honolulu

Idaho: Boise

Illinois: Chicago

Indiana: Indianapolis

Iowa: Council Bluffs

Kansas: Wichita

Kentucky: Louisville

Louisiana: New Orleans

Maine: Portland

Maryland: Baltimore

Massachusetts: Boston

Michigan: Grand Rapids

Minnesota: Saint Paul

Missouri: Kansas City

Nebraska: Omaha

Nevada: Las Vegas

New Hampshire: Manchester

New Jersey: Newark

New Mexico: Albuquerque

New York: New York

North Carolina: Raleigh

Ohio: Dayton

Oklahoma: Tulsa

Oregon: Portland

Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh

Rhode Island: Providence

South Carolina: Columbia

South Dakota: Sioux Falls

Tennessee: Memphis

Texas: Dallas

Utah: Salt Lake City

Vermont: Burlington

Virginia: Richmond

Washington: Bellevue

Wisconsin: Milwaukee

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