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The West Coast remains largely blue, with single women having the advantage in San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, and Seattle, as well as Las Vegas, Austin, Minneapolis-St.
Paul, Honolulu, Salt Lake City, Denver and Pittsburgh.
And there are at least 50,000 more single women aged 45 to 64 than men in Atlanta, D. The few metros where the ratios of single men to women are the highest are much smaller metros like Hanford-Corcoran, California; Jackson, Mississippi; Duluth, Minnesota-Wisconsin; Jefferson, Missouri and St. Meanwhile, many of the same smaller metros seen in other age brackets again top the list of highest single women to single men ratios.
Of course, it’s important to note that these figures do not account for differences by level of education or race and ethnicity, which can affect dating choices considerably.
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Once more, smaller metros move to the top of list when we look at the ratio of single women to men ages 35 to 44.
Still, these maps offer a broad picture of where sheer numbers favor single men or single women—something that just might come in handy for those looking for love this Valentine’s Day.
The final map, for singles aged 45 to 64, shows the odds in favor of men growing larger.
This map is almost entirely pink, meaning that, by middle age, single men have the advantage nearly across the board.
On the flip side, there are 1,101 single men per 1,000 single women in San Diego and 1,068 single men per 1,000 single women in Seattle.
Once again, the places with the highest ratios are smaller metros: Hanford-Corcoran, California, with 1,859 single men per 1,000 single women; Jacksonville, North Carolina, with 1,777; The Villages, Florida, with 1,724; Watertown-Fort Drum, New York, with 1,445; and Michigan City-La Porte, Indiana, with 1,438.