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Lopsided Ratios

Just in time for Valentine's Day, CityLab has dropped good news upon the eligible bachelors of ATL: About 80,000 more single women (ages 18 to 64) than single men live in the city. That works out to roughly 10 more single women per 1,000 bachelors. And according to Census data, it represents one of the largest bachelorettes-to-bachelor gaps in the country, but much smaller than New York City's, as usual. [CityLab]