I feel like a lot of places I've lived, the complaint from men is "there are more men than women here, dating sucks"! This is especially true when I was living in San Francisco - which is lots of men in tech.... and yet sometimes women are complaining that there are no eligible men around. They can't both be write. That's why I decided to actually look up stats. Stats don't lie. :)
... although what these stats won't necessarily tell you is where are the good quality men, and good quality women. Oh wait... apparently one of these sites claims to know that too. I like to think it's possible to find love wherever you live, but at the same time... travel is when you are the most adventurous, most open, and outgoing and often meeting exotic people (and other travelers). Plus is you live in America... well dating American's isn't always ideal, so it's fun to think about visiting or living somewhere different where people are more authentic. Anyhow, here are some links:
Gender Ratio Sites
- states101.com - Gender Ratios: nice interactive maps for the US and globally... for instance New York city is 89:100 (men:women), Hawaii is 102:100, San Francisco county is 104:100. This site also lets you drill into age groups, for instance San Francisco jump up to 112:100 in the 35 to 39 age range (cuz all the dang male engineers).
- Male to female ratio in the United States in 2018, sorted by state: Exactly what it says... Alaska with the most men at the top (108:100) and most woment in Puerto Rica (91:100).
- America's Most and Least Attractive People Live According to Dating App Clover: Fun article. According to clover's data analysis: the "most attractive women" are in Connecticut and Manhattan, and "most attractive men" are in Montana and Jacksonville.
- A list of the Places with the Most Attractive People: A little food for thought about the idea that wealthier people are happier, and can thus look more attractive.