Let’s say you’re single for Valentine’s Day. So what? More food and booze for you, and you’re saving money by not having to buy anything nor care about your appearance on that day for lovers.
But… If you’re lookin’ for love and haven’t been fortunate in finding a forever heart home, then maybe you need to move.
Our buddies at WalletHub have been burning the candle at both ends to compile this life-changing research about the Best & Worst States for Singles.
Some factoids to fill up your head space:
Louisiana has the highest share of single adults, 53.85%, which is 1.3% times higher than in Utah—the state with the lowest at 42.38%.
California has the most fitness and recreational facilities per square root of population at .06413%, which is 8.8 times more than in Hawaii—the state with the fewest.
North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate for the single population, 4.39%, which is 3.1 times lower than in Mississippi—the state with the highest.
Click the map and see where your state ranks in finding-love. Good luck!