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Phoenix ranked -one city for single women; city's "posh" dating scene cited as reason
In fact, Phoenix's "posh" dating scene, the website determined, earned the city the top spot on the list. Don't Miss Out. Today. Get the latest updates in news, food, music and culture, and receive special offers direct to your inbox. Add in plenty of sunshine and warm-weather activities, and your dating life is already looking up! All rights reserved.
Phoenix earned high marks from another ranking of cities friendly to single ladies last year. Support Us Phoenix's independent source of local news and culture. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls. The site claims that there is almost an equal ratio of men to women in the Phoenix area and roughly 30 percent of the men in town are single.
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See Rent. Single Minded Womena website geared toward that whole Sex and the City crowd, ranked Phoenix sixth on the site's list of top cities for single women last May. In determining the list, the site looked at several variables, including employment opportunities, cost of living, access to travel, entertainment opportunities, social opportunities, ratio of men to women, singles population, and other lifestyle factors.
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Up Now No Thanks. Also making Rent. James King July 27, AM. Phoenix, AZ tops the list for single ladies seeking love with a high single male-to-female ratio and a low cost of living.
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