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If your Valentine's Day consists of a date with Netflix and take-out for one, you're not alone: About 109 million US adults are single.And if you're looking to get coupled up, your chances might depend on where you live.We’re noticing that rural areas pose a greater opportunity for singles to meet a potential mate.”Hey, if that’s true, all you single people better move out to America's singles-packed hotbeds, or just embrace a life of solitude and hope for the best. Subjects were asked, “How would you rate your current city or neighborhood for opportunities to date and make friends? In Aspen, a young ski bum/aspiring stand-up comedian comes into your bakery each morning. Your friends keep begging you to go to one of his parties — his cabin supposedly has an original, if minor, Jackson Pollock painting. to bake every day and can’t keep those kinds of hours. And your husband seems to be aging in reverse, except for the gentle laugh lines around his eyes. Boise, Idaho “I think Boise is where people go to fall in love,” one woman said in Buzz Feed’s “Best U. Cities According to People Who Have Never Lived There.” It’s true. Your butt looks great in your jeans and you know how to birth a calf, change a tire and set a dislocated shoulder. You’ll either see him when the snow thaws or you won’t; either way you’ll be fine. Sometimes your dates consist of you swinging in a hammock while he plays guitar nearby and sings soft lullabies before making you lemonade fresh from the tree in your back yard. He’s a researcher who has just discovered what might be an easy and effective male form of birth control. “You’re very good.” You nod and go back to kneading dough. He skis in sweaters and those silly ’80s overalls, as if he can’t afford proper outerwear, but he has a trust fund. You can eat whatever you want and never gain weight because the fresh air and daily beach walks keep you trim beneath your loose but surprisingly attractive flannel shirt. Men in Boise call to ask for dates instead of texting. Wyoming When you date in Wyoming, you don’t date a city. You date one rancher and cowboy after another, two-stepping your way across the landscape like a wild horse that can’t be tamed. In Key West, you date a marine biologist who does research with dolphins during the day and likes to salsa at night. He looks like a young Bruce Willis, and you’re surprisingly attracted to his bald pate and thick glasses. Nothing more delicious than a good old-fashioned bake-off between two smart, handsome and progressive men vying for your heart.Until very recently, if you said you had a “hookup” in Oakland people usually thought it was for automatic weapons or crack.
Not giant digital sports timers, but watches with hands that sweep around the face as gracefully as their hands rise to the small of your back as they escort you into restaurants where they have reservations. Portland, Maine There’s no dating here, because you married your high school boyfriend after you spent college and your early 20s apart.Surprisingly, the survey claims that the worst place to be single is bustling New York City, due to the lack of other singles and, we can only assume, the high cost of rents and pricey cocktails necessary to fuel all those dead-end Tinder dates.Other cities that supposedly suck for singles are Miami, Houston, San Francisco, and Laredo, Texas, because, again, there aren’t as many singles around as you might think.The survey found that the worst to be single are Vermont, Washington, New Jersey and Massachusetts, so if you live in one of those states now and aren’t having much luck finding a significant other, you now know why.“It’s striking to see that massively dense cities across the United States have a lower percentage of singles,” said Joey Hadfield, spokesperson for Badoo.“Contrary to popular belief, these metropolitan areas aren’t necessarily an optimal place for dating success.