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Wallet Hub, a credit-focused personal finance website, has ranked the best (and worst) cities for singles based on “34 key indicators of dating-friendliness.” Those indicators included the average monthly fitness club fee, the number of restaurants, and the number of active Tinder users. New York City doesn’t event make it into the top 15 — nor does Boston. 4, randomly, is Agawam (maybe couples find strength in Six Flags’ roller coasters).Boston beats New York on this list, ranking as the 12th most dating-friendly city, with NYC far behind at No. New York roars back on Match.com, whose ranking of the most “successful” cities for singles puts it second behind only Houston. Boston, interestingly enough, has an unusually high rate of educated members, which actually has a moderate correlation with female satisfaction on the site.” It’s worth noting that dating is probably expensive in both cities, judging from a 2016 survey that asked, among other things, what people spend on first dates.A few single people over 50 tell me there are too many college kids in Boston.But then a few New Yorkers tell me the same thing about their city. The downside of New York, according to Carpenter: People don’t feel the need to settle down — and everyone is too attractive.The more specific map Soma built, based on 2012 data, shows that if you count every single man and woman ages 18-64, New York and Boston look identical: Both cities have a 51 to 49 ratio of single women to single men. If you are single and between the ages of 40 to 49, it shows you that in your age range in Boston, there are approximately 52 single women for every 48 single men, compared to New York’s 53 single women to 47 single men.But don’t despair, single ladies in your 40s: According to that data, in Manchester, New Hampshire, and Poughkeepsie, New York, single men outnumber single females in that age range.
But in the real world, 18-year-olds are highly unlikely to be looking for romance with senior citizens, and vice versa.
That’s kind of how I feel about a lot of Boston.” Their generalizations make sense, but they’re just anecdotal. There have been many “singles maps” published over the years that use US Census Bureau data to show where uncoupled people live.