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More than half of U.S. adults are single. So what cities are the best for them to find other single people? Wallet Hub just released its annual list of the 15 best cities for singles. The consumer website analyzed more than 25 factors in the most dense cities to decide where single people are more likely to find a significant other. Factors include everything from the cost of a restaurant meal to the number of city attractions and online dating opportunities.

Interestingly enough, the highest number of online dating opportunities is in Gilbert, Arizona, and the city with the lowest average restaurant meal cost is Aurora, Colorado. All in all, here are the best and worst cities for singles, according to Wallet Hub:

BEST

  1. Salt Lake City, Utah
  2. Orlando, Florida
  3. Tempe, Arizona
  4. Atlanta, Georgia
  5. Scottsdale, Arizona
  6. Austin, Texas
  7. Tampa, Florida
  8. Reno, Nevada
  9. Cincinnati, Ohio
  10. San Francisco, California

WORST

  1. Yonkers, New York
  2. Hialeah, Florida
  3. Las Vegas, Nevada
  4. Glendale, California
  5. Detroit, Michigan
  6. Columbus, Georgia
  7. Chula Vista, California
  8. Oxnard, California
  9. Jersey City, New Jersey
  10. Aurora, Illinois
Source: WalletHub

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