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Ten Best Cities for Single Women — Including Denver

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If you're a single woman, what city is the right fit? According to the NerdWallet website, the following ten are tops — and Denver's among them. Count down the photo-illustrated list below, complete with data in the major categories used to reach a conclusion: unmarried men per 100 unmarried women, the cost of a date, median income for workers, number of arts, entertainment businesses and restaurants per 1,000 people and a walkability score. Check them out, and to see the original post, click here.

Number 1: San Francisco

Number 2: Seattle, Washington
Number 3: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Number 4: San Diego, California
Number 5: Austin, Texas

Number 6: San Jose, California
Number 7: Long Beach, California
Number 8: Portland, Oregon
Number 9: Denver, Colorado
Number 10: Los Angeles, California

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