America’s Worst Cities for Singles

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25. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida
> Single population: 49.7%
> Total 15+ population: 530,507
> Annual personal income: $34,857
> Cost of living: 7.1% less than the national average

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24. Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, North Carolina
> Single population: 45.3%
> Total 15+ population: 300,794
> Annual personal income: $40,747
> Cost of living: 13.3% less than the national average

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23. Laredo, Texas
> Single population: 49.8%
> Total 15+ population: 193,020
> Annual personal income: $32,222
> Cost of living: 10.9% less than the national average

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22. Clarksville, Tennessee
> Single population: 44.9%
> Total 15+ population: 214,243
> Annual personal income: $41,218
> Cost of living: 9.6% less than the national average

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21. Decatur, Alabama
> Single population: 45.0%
> Total 15+ population: 123,876
> Annual personal income: $41,078
> Cost of living: 15.7% less than the national average