But let’s cut the nonsense: nobody really cares about the best city to start a hot sauce company. What we do care about, however, is where we can get the most action with the least amount of effort.
2 on the American Human Development Index, a scale that measures information on women's educational attainment, life expectancy, and median earnings (meaning female inhabitants are well educated, live long, and make money).
San Francisco also rated 10th in a Gallup-Healthways poll of fittest cities, has the second lowest obesity rate in the country, and boasts one of the easiest urban areas to escape to when you tire of the trolleys: Mount Tamalpais State Park, which has 6,300 acres of wild grasslands, chaparral, redwoods, and wildflowers only 20 miles north of the city. In 2004 the research firm Teasley published findings that ranked San Francisco as the best place to find a rich, single man in the United States, as measured by the city's single male "Golden Ratio" of 140 percent, and specifically accounting for the large percentage of gay males (which is considerably less than people tend to believe at about 15 percent).
Call it a “college town” all you want, Columbus is actually the largest city in America’s seventh-largest state, and it boasts just over four bars per every thousand people.
Nearly 34% of the city's population is single, and while the male-female ratio is almost even, a lot of those people are, in fact, horny college kids. With six bars for every thousand people and a population that's 35% single, the 29th-most-active Tinder town also boasts So Ho, one of the sexiest neighborhoods in America.
If you’re willing to brave nine months of winter and risk hooking up with someone hiding under 14 layers of North Face, you’ll find Chi-town the easiest place in America to get laid.
The third-most-popular Tinder locale has four bars per thousand people, and with 8.8% more women than men – and friendly, Midwestern women at that – it makes the endless grey skies a little more tolerable.
You ever walk down the street in New York and wonder, “What’s that smell? Have you also wondered why everybody walks around staring at their phones?
It’s because this is America’s second-busiest Tinder market, and most people are busy left-right swiping their day away.
A few other impressive attributes: Extensive public transit, one of the country's most on-time airports, more Wi-Fi hotspots and more coffee shops (no shocker there) than any other U. city, and impressively short waits for a doctor's appointment—as well as the third branch of Babeland.
Also cool: The city's state-of-the-art signal-optimization program, which synchronizes hundreds of traffic lights, allowing smoother travel through the city. If you've got the will (and the time and cash), there are more than 3,700 business catering to nearly every aspect of your personal grooming needs.
40% of the population is single, and there are an insane 15.9% more ladies than guys.