Single (and straight) in metro Detroit? Here's the best places to live

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Looking for other singles that are ready to mingle? Then you might want to try hanging in out in some of these places.

According to data compiled by Sanlom, a website that's kinda weird but seems legit, these areas have the highest concentration of singles, as determined by census information. 



The site compared how many dudes per lady and vice-versa since the Census doesn't measure sexual orientation (this does), and here's what it came up with.   

For all the single ladies: 
SINGLE? HEAD TO HAMTOWN. (PHOTO VIA WIKIPEDIA)
  • Single? Head to Hamtown. (Photo via Wikipedia)

1. Hamtramck — Yup, that's right, there's about 2 hipster dudes for every hipster gal, and there's certainly no shortage of watering holes to find the liquid courage to say hello. 

2. Garden City Nothing says love like the city that boasts it's home to the first Kmart, Little Caesars, AND dine-in McDonald's in Michigan (go ahead, check our facts).



3. New Baltimore — Dudes with boats. 

4. Clawson — Looking for a man with small town charm? Clawson's got em. 

5. Grosse Pointe Farms — To borrow from the singles' anthem "Jumpin' Jumpin'" by Destiny's Child, Grosse Pointe Farms is full of ballers and their pockets full grown. 

And for all you bachelors out there:

1. Oak Park — Filled with women who just couldn't seem to find a match in Ferndale.  

2. Plymouth — Plymouth is home to Michigan Theological Seminary, which means you can find a woman to share in your love for the lord.  

3. Melvindale — A lot of these chicks might live at home with their parents, so just prepare to spend a lot of time hanging at your place. 

4. Southfield — Find women who totally get why you moved out of Detroit.

5. Wixom —  There may not be lights on the freeway near Wixom, but it is home to ladies ready for love. 

Scratching your head? Yeah, us too, but hey — men lie, women lie, numbers don't. And really, aren't you having more fun being single anyway? 

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