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Note: these data are based on the 2010 decennial Census.
To figure out where the gender ratio is most skewed in each direction, we went right to the data.
We know from our consumer survey about love and housing that not all singles are equally in demand, at least when it comes to dating.
The most lopsided ratios, however, are not in these large metros.
The ratio of men to women is above two in Williston, North Dakota, Gillette, Wyoming, and Rock Springs, Wyoming.
We can point you to cities and neighborhoods where you’ll have more dating options, and we can even help you find a home there.
Perhaps living alone sends the right signal about independence and availability – or perhaps living alone just makes dating easier (does anyone really want to hear their mom ask, "Honey, can I make you and your friend some pancakes? Whatever the reason, we get it: so we looked at the ratio of men living alone to women living alone in order to assess the dating scene.
(Just ask my grandfather, who was very popular in the Miami Beach coffee shop scene back in the day.) How did we do this? Where the Boys Are Women looking for single men should try their odds in Vegas, where the ratio of men living alone to women living alone is the highest among the 100 largest metros: 1.34. San Jose, it turns out, also has plenty of men to choose from, with 1.23 men for every woman.
Several warm spots – Honolulu, Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Florida, and Miami – also skew toward men (remember we’re not including those 65 ), as do some mid-size metros around the country, like Worcester and Tacoma.
In Los Angeles, men outnumber women across the downtown area, but women outnumber men across much of the west side, including Beverly Hills, Pico-Robertson, the 3rd Street area, and around the Beverly Center.
Farther west, along the coast, men outnumber women in El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, and Hermosa Beach. Billy Joel was right: in most metros, the neighborhood with the highest ratio of men to women is in or near downtown, as well as in recently redeveloped neighborhoods like Boston’s Waterfront or Long Island City.
None of the smaller metros are skewed toward women nearly as much as Williston, ND, is skewed toward men, but Napa, California, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, are two of the small metros with the highest ratio of women to men.