America’s Worst Cities for Singles

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10. Brownsville-Harlingen, Texas
> Single population: 47.8%
> Total 15+ population: 310,732
> Annual personal income: $31,569
> Cost of living: 16.2% less than the national average

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9. Idaho Falls, Idaho
> Single population: 39.2%
> Total 15+ population: 102,760
> Annual personal income: $44,785
> Cost of living: 10.2% less than the national average

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8. Dalton, Georgia
> Single population: 44.0%
> Total 15+ population: 112,025
> Annual personal income: $39,283
> Cost of living: 16.6% less than the national average

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7. Yuma, Arizona
> Single population: 42.5%
> Total 15+ population: 160,012
> Annual personal income: $35,135
> Cost of living: 8.6% less than the national average

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6. McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas
> Single population: 46.5%
> Total 15+ population: 603,493
> Annual personal income: $28,943
> Cost of living: 15.5% less than the national average