The Best & Worst States for Singles

Since Valentine's Day is right around the corner and more than 45 percent of U.S. adults being single, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its report on 2018's Best and Worst States for Singles. According to Diana Popa, WalletHub Communications Manager, to help unattached Americans improve their chances of finding love, WalletHub compared 50 states across 27 key indicators of dating-friendliness. The data set ranges from share of single adults to movie costs to nightlife options per capita. 

This is the list that ranks the best and worst states for singles in 2018! 

Best & Worst States for Singles (#1 is the best):

1. California

2. Florida

3. New York

4. Texas

5. Pennslyvania

6. Wisconsin 

7. Massachusetts

8. Illnois

9. Ohio

10. Arizona

11. Washington

12. Michigan 

13. Colorado 

14. New Jersey

15. Minnesota 

16. Missouri 

17. Georgia 

18. Virginia 

19. Oregon

20. Connecticut 

21. North Carolina

22. Indiana

23. Utah 

24. Hawaii

25. Rhode Island

26. Nebraska

27.New Hampshire

28. Iowa

29. Maine

30. Nevada

31. Maryland 

32. Tennessee 

33. Louisiana 

34. Vermont 

35. Delaware

36. Montana

37. South Dakato

38. Idaho

39. Alaska 

40. South Carolina 

41. Oklahoma 

42. Kansas

43. Wyoming

44. New Mexico

45. North Dakota

46. Kentucky

47. Mississippi

48. Alabama

49. West Virginia

50.  Arkansas 

 

Check out the WalletHub website to see which states have the highest share of single adults, most online-dating opportunities, and the lowest gender balance of singles! 


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