BUSTED: Try another bar. More men (50 percent) than women (47 percent) have tied the knot in Austin.
BUSTED: About 39 percent of Boston men have never been married, and the average age a guy gets married is 30, one of the oldest in the country.
BUSTED: Chicago guys like their buds. But when they finally ask you out, they mean business they marry at 29, families make up 66 percent of the population, and the divorce rate is well below the national average.
BUSTED: Fewer than 10 percent of L.A. residents work in the entertainment industry, and plenty would rather have a real girl than a Botox babe.
BUSTED: Single women do outnumber men in the tristate area, but the gap is closer to 200,000. Maybe not the best odds, but not insurmountable.
BUSTED: Seattle is "the computer-assisted dating capital of the U.S." So quit moaning and download some dating apps.
BUSTED: Yes, the city has one of the highest percentage of online daters in the country, but Bay Area men can commit nearly half have walked down the aisle.