Los Angeles Rated 25th Worst City for Singles

It’s the holidays. And if you’re a member of America’s Singles Club — comprising more than half of all adults today — this time of year is code for “You’re sad and alone.” But that cultural stigma is fading. Some of us genuinely prefer to go solo in life, while many others actively seek that special someone.

Of course, finding a significant other is easier said and done for the contestants of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette.” Most of us lack the luxury of Chris Harrison’s professional matchmaking skills to help us meet the most eligible, prescreened mate — with bonus cash to boot.

(Photo WalletHub)



WalletHub might be able to help, though. We don’t guarantee you’ll find your soulmate, but if you live in or near one of the top cities for singles on our list, you’re much closer to a happily ever after than you think.

The WalletHub analysts compared the 150 most populated U.S. cities based on 25 key metrics to help you find and prep for the best dating opportunities this holiday season. Our data set ranges from the percentage of singles to the number of online-dating opportunities to the number of attractions in each city. You can find the results, additional dating commentary from experts and a detailed methodology below.

 

 

Source: WalletHub

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