If you're looking for love in Colorado, you should be able to find your match fairly easily. Colorado is in the Top 15 best states for single people looking for that special someone.

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Is Colorado A Good State For Singles?

Every time someone says the phrase "looking for love" I always sing in my head "in all the wrong places" because of that old Johnny Lee song. Lucky for you though, if you live in Colorado, you've got a decent chance to find "the one."

Colorado Ranked Top 15 State For Singles

Our friends at WalletHub put together a list of 2022's Best & Worst States For Singles and according to their findings, Colorado is a great place to be.

With an overall score of 55.65 (the highest score given was 66.70), Colorado is ranked as the 13th best state for singles. While the number 13 might be unlucky to some, it could mean love for you.

WalletHub ranked us third in "Most Online-Dating Opportunities" and fifth in "Most Mobile-Dating Opportunities" so if you're trying to find your special someone and aren't having much success the "old fashioned way," maybe give some mobile dating a shot, seems to be working for people.

I've been married for 437 years - happily of course! - so I've never done an online dating scenario but a know a lot of people who have found some really cool people through online dating apps and sites. Some bad ones too, so be aware of that as well.

Source: WalletHub

As you can see in the map above, California ranks as the number one state for singles, with New York at number two, and Florida at number three. Hard to beat the sheer population of those three states but 13 is still a pretty solid ranking.

Number of People Born in Each State That Now Live in Colorado

According to the most recent data from the US Census, these are the places Colorado residents actually came from originally.

Check Out Entire Neighborhood Eerily Abandoned in Colorado

WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.

An entire neighborhood in Colorado is full of homes and buildings that are completely abandoned.

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