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Denver's Ten Least Faithful Neighborhoods

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February 13 is Mistress Day, when cheating spouses supposedly hit the town with their secret loves — since they have to go out with their wives on Valentine's Day. And to mark the occasion, AshleyMadison.com, a site whose motto is "Life is Short, Have an Affair," has assembled a list of Denver's least faithful neighborhoods, based on a Zip Code-based analysis of what it describes as "the 70,944 Mile-High City cheaters registered on the site." Which neighborhoods finished on top, as it were? Here's the countdown.

Number 10: Central East Denver

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 5.8 percent

Number 9: Park Hill

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 6.4 percent

Number 8: Stapleton

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 6.9 percent

Number 7: Golden Triangle

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 7.3 percent

Number 6: Cherry Creek

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 7.5 percent

Number 5: Washington Park

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 8.1 percent

Number 4: Capitol Hill

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 8.4 percent

Number 3: Thornton

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 9.2 percent

Number 2: Lodo

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 9.8 percent

Number 1: Northglenn

Percentage of extra-marital affairs: 10.6 percent

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