“Man gap” creates dating problem

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HOUSTON- If you’re single you already know “one is the loneliest number.” The news is actually worse if you’re a single woman with a college degree.

According to stats complied by The Atlantic, if you’re a single woman and educated, your odds of finding an equally educated man suck. And they suck even more if you’re in a city with a ginormous “man gap.” Now, we’re talking about the percentage in which college-educated women, under 35 years old outnumber college educated men under 35 years old.

If this describes you and you live in Sarasota, Florida GET OUT NOW. With an 82% “man gap” you’re more likely to be vaporized by alien monsters.

If you want to “two”-step in Texas, you’re odds are best in Austin (21%) and Houston (28%).

The DFW area is saddled with a higher “man gap” at 30% as is: San Antonio (35%), El Paso (37%) and McAllen (44%).

The lowest “man gap” in America is in Utah. Ogden, north of Salt Lake City, boasts an incredibly low 3% “man gap.”

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