If you’re single, these are the 10 best cities to find new love

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Flickr / bigbirdz

Looking for love?

Maybe it’s time to move.

Zillow, the $3 billion online real-estate company, has ranked the cities that offer the highest odds of finding a new love. Zillow considered a variety of data, including each city’s percentage of singles, percentage of singles who moved to town in the past year, median disposable income of single residents, and the number of date spots per capita.

See if your city made the list. (Spoiler: New York City couldn’t crack the top 10.)


No. 10: Raleigh, North Carolina

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Flickr / Bill Dickinson

Singles: 56% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 7.1%

Disposable income: $25,690 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 27 per 10,000 people


No. 9: San Francisco, California

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Kevin Cole/Flickr

Singles: 60% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 6.5%

Disposable income: $9,207 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 57 per 10,000 people


No. 8: Nashville, Tennessee

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Flickr / Thomas Hawk

Singles: 58% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 6.2%

Disposable income: $17,962 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 39 per 10,000 people


No. 7: Minneapolis, Minnesota

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A woman shovels snow in Minneapolis.
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Thomson Reuters

Singles: 65% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 8.8%

Disposable income: $16,503 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 29 per 10,000 people


No. 6: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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Shutterstock

Singles: 67% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 7.6%

Disposable income: $16,159 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 30 per 10,000 people


No. 5: Denver, Colorado

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Shutterstock

Singles: 59% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 9.4%

Disposable income: $15,388 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 39 per 10,000 people


No. 4: St. Louis, Missouri

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Shutterstock

Singles: 68% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 8%

Disposable income: $15,730 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 27 per 10,000 people


No. 3: Boston, Massachusetts

Singles: 69% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 10.1%

Disposable income: $13,835 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 39 per 10,000 people


No. 2: Atlanta, Georgia

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Wikimedia Commons

Singles: 70% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 9.5%

Disposable income: $24,079 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 39 per 10,000 people


No.1: Washington, D.C.

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White House via Flickr

Singles: 71% of total residents

New single residents (who moved to town in the past year): 8.4%

Disposable income: $25,915 (median income minus median rent)

Potential date spots: 44 per 10,000 people