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The real estate company compiled county-by-county data for The Star-Ledger to find out where those single men and women lived in New Jersey.

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“We looked at the ratio of men living alone to women living alone in order to assess the dating scene,” he said.

He ruled out anyone over 65 because that skews the numbers, as women generally live longer than men.

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You can’t really blame them, even though for years online dating has been looked at something you should be ashamed of.

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“We also subtracted estimates of the gay and lesbian population in order to focus on men and women interested in dating someone of the opposite sex.” Statewide, women slightly outnumber men, according to the U. Census Bureau: For every 100 women, there’s 94.8 men.

But that doesn’t take into account age or living arrangements. In only four New Jersey counties do single women living alone outnumber their male counterparts: Camden, Essex, Somerset and Mercer. In Sussex, which is a more rural environment, people with skilled occupations such as carpenters may find life more compatible there.” Apparently, where the jobs are, so are the single women.

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