This page illustrates conditions for finding unmarried men in the urbanized area San Francisco—Oakland in the state of California.
We will jump straight to an example that we will concentrate on for the remainder of the article. Let's assume you are a woman, looking for men in the 30-39 age range. According to data released by the American Community Survey (2015 edition) there are 119 unmarried men for every 100 unmarried women living in San Francisco—Oakland Metropolitan Area in this group.
"When looking for someone to love, you may have wondered which neighborhoods have the highest concentration of men."This is, however, the average for the urbanized area as a whole. But when looking for someone to love, you may have wondered which neighborhoods have the highest concentration of men. A clickable list of locations with the highest number of men per 100 women is available in a window on the interactive map. You can therefore easily see that if you travel perhaps fifteen miles northwest from the center to San Quentin the number of potential suitors could be considerably higher. This is because a higher amount of unmarried men compared to unmarried women live there, in the selected age range.
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Area of abundance in San Quentin
The statistics show that 0 unmarried women live in ZIP code area 94964 of San Quentin, as shown on the map above. In the same age group, 631 unmarried men live there. So, for every 100 women, there will be plenty of men to choose from. In theory, your chances should be good!
Now you have an edge in the dating market. Maybe this is even your favorite posh fashion district, filled with cultural events and trendy cafes. But maybe it isn't. We have no idea. Not to worry. The area of abundance was selected through an automatic process giving us a place with a good gender ratio for women looking to mate, and at the same time not sparsely populated. There are many other areas with a high proportion of men, easily identified in green on the map.
Your hunt can in fact span the whole planet. We have data for nearly every country there is, and for many of them down to a local level. Have a go yourself, and feel free to leave your comments below.