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Study: Nevada not bad, not great for when it comes to dating

Posted: 5:52 PM, Feb 06, 2019
Updated: 2019-02-07 02:34:57Z
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LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Many are looking for love with Valentine's Day around the corner and a few states rank higher than others for finding that partner.

WalletHub released it's 2019 findings this week when it comes to the best and worst locations for singles.

With 45 percent of adults in the U.S. being single, the personal-finance website compared 50 states across 28 key dating-friendliness factors.

The top state for singles was found to be Florida followed by California, Texas, New York and Pennsylvania.

With West Virginia, Arkansas, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Kentucky ranked at the bottom of the singles list.

Nevada was found to be pretty much down the middle - coming in at No. 24 overall between Tennessee and Utah.

The study ranked the Silver State No. 17 in dating opportunities and No. 33 when it comes to dating economics, romance and fun.

Also, a few other facts produced by the study found that Louisiana has the highest share of singles while North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate among singles.

Also, California was found to have the most fitness centers available for singles.

The data in the study set ranges from the share of single adults, movie costs to nightlife options, according to a spokesperson.

Valentine's Day will be on a weekday this year - Thursday, Feb. 14.