To answer that question, Wallet Hub compared the 50 states across 27 key indicators of dating-friendliness.
Our data set ranges from share of single adults to movie costs to nightlife options per capita.
Besides your looks, personality, interests and employment status, your location can influence your odds of finding a romantic partner.
But for those planning to form such bonds -- and statistically, that's still most Americans -- flexibility in residence is a good plan.
These are often the best ways to get to know a person.
Sitting in a theater or dining at a fancy restaurant don’t always provide opportunities for meaningful conversation.
Hiking at a park, biking on local bike trails, going to game night or trivia night at the bar, visiting an art gallery or street fair, or cooking a meal at home together are all ways to get to know your date (and to get acquainted with your city) while costing very little money.
Local colleges often have free lectures and performances open to the community.