Christmas is approaching and the end of the year, that time when we consider many things and analyze how we have done in these 12 months.
It is a time when nostalgia is accentuated, so those who do not have a partner, may wonder about what goes wrong in their lives. Or maybe not, because being single or single has its advantages. Everything depends on the city where you live.
According to a study conducted by the WalletHub website, there are better and worse cities to be single.
With more than 45 percent of all single adult Americans during the holidays, the most family-oriented time of the year, we now know where to live to face singleness in a more positive way.
These were the best and the worst places of this 2017 to live individually, without family or couple:
Some singles are closer to a happily ever after than they think, but it depends on where they live. To determine where singles are most likely to find love, WalletHub analysts compared more than 180 US cities. UU In 32 key indicators of friendship with couples. The data set ranges from the individual population percentage to the number of online dating opportunities and per capita nightlife options.
The best cities for singles The worst cities for singles
1 San Francisco, CA 173 Charleston, WV
2 Atlanta, GA 174 Laredo, TX
3 Los Angeles, CA 175 Lewiston, ME
4 Denver, CO 176 Pearl City, HI
5 San Diego, CA 177 Yonkers, NY
6 Seattle, WA 178 Warwick, RI
7 Chicago, IL 179 Hialeah, FL
8 Portland, OR 180 Pembroke Pines, FL
9 Minneapolis, MN 181 Brownsville, TX
10 Portland, ME 182 South Burlington, VT
Better vs. Worst
Detroit has the highest proportion of single people, 73.76 percent, which is 1.9 times higher than in Fremont, California, the city with the lowest at 38.06 percent.
Gilbert, Arizona, has the highest proportion of households with a broadband connection (as a proxy for “online dating opportunities”), 95.9 percent, which is 2.2 times higher than in Brownsville, Texas, the city with 42.7 percent. lower percent.
Garden Grove, California, has the lowest average cost in restaurant food, $ 12.78, which is 6.3 times lower than in Juneau, Alaska, the city with the highest at $ 80.00.
Indianapolis has the lowest average price for a bottle of wine, $ 3.79, which is 3.7 times lower than in Raleigh, North Carolina, the city with the highest at $ 13.99.
Port St. Lucie, Florida, has the lowest average price for a movie ticket, $ 6.21, which is 2.4 times lower than in Los Angeles and Oxnard, California, the cities with the highest at $ 14.81.
New York has the most nightlife options (by square root of population), 1.86, which is 93 times more than in West Valley City, Utah, the city with the least amount at 0.02.