A few college cities buck the trend of having more singles.
Despite all the attention to this new milestone for single women, the difference between the number of single men and women is not as great as one might think. "As interesting as the nation as a whole is trending," Sperling said, "we want to see which places had the greatest percentage of single men and women." Sperling's firm broke down the data by metro area, revealing interesting patterns on where singles live.
San Francisco seems to attract single people like a good pickup line, if there is such a thing. S., the San Francisco region, which includes areas south like San Mateo and Redwood City, has the highest percentage of single people.
"It's a college town, it has nightlife, culture, and lots of jobs." Whether by choice or circumstance, many are living in some of the biggest cities, surrounded by millions, and still find themselves alone.
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The format for each round is 2 singles and 1 doubles, except for the women’s 75s which has 1 singles and 1 doubles. Final 2017 Scoring Title Results Women’s Overall Scoring Title Winner: NORTH CAROLINA (42 points) • 2nd Place: South Carolina (36 points) • 3rd Place: Tennessee (34 points) • 4th Place: Georgia (22 points) • 5th Place: Alabama (12 points) Men’s Overall Scoring Title Winner: GEORGIA (44 points) • 2nd Place: Tennessee (25 points) • 3rd Place: North Carolina (20 points) • 4th Place: South Carolina (19 points) • 5th Place: Alabama (18 points) Mildred Southern Cup Winner: GEORGIA (66 points) • 2nd Place: North Carolina (62 points) • 3rd Place: Tennessee (59 points) • 4th Place: South Carolina (55 points) • 5th Place: Alabama (30 points) Gil Stacy Memorial Cup Winner: TIE: GEORGIA & NORTH CAROLINA (57 points each) • 3rd Place: South Carolina (51 points) • 4th Place: Alabama (47 points) • 5th Place: Tennessee (46 points) Final Age Group Results (2017) • Women's 35 Championship: TN def.