America’s Worst Cities for Singles

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5. St. George, Utah
> Single population: 38.9%
> Total 15+ population: 119,610
> Annual personal income: $35,283
> Cost of living: 5.4% less than the national average

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4. Ogden-Clearfield, Utah
> Single population: 39.3%
> Total 15+ population: 471,902
> Annual personal income: $40,928
> Cost of living: 4.9% less than the national average

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3. Provo-Orem, Utah
> Single population: 40.2%
> Total 15+ population: 415,089
> Annual personal income: $37,126
> Cost of living: 3.2% less than the national average

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2. The Villages, Florida
> Single population: 34.5%
> Total 15+ population: 109,591
> Annual personal income: $43,974
> Cost of living: 6.9% less than the national average

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1. Enid, Oklahoma
> Single population: 43.5%
> Total 15+ population: 48,524
> Annual personal income: $46,774
> Cost of living: 9.6% less than the national average