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And even though the latest Wallet Hub survey ranked Boston fifth best in the country for singles, its data set ranged from “share of single population” to “number of online dating opportunities” to “nightlife options per capita.” We’ve got lots of those, one of the fastest growing populations in the country, yet federal census numbers show over half is single (68 percent). The app, Paper Airplane, allows users to see in real time which venues single people in their desired demographics are frequenting.

In a recent Boston Herald poll, 59 percent of people surveyed thought Boston was a not a good city for singles, and Marie Claire magazine named us among the worst cities for single women in 2010. In fact, dating consultant Emily Romano created a dating app to solve some of the challenges her clients were facing.

The 35-year-old Boston resident says finding a partner here is taxing due to a small dating pool and lack of men to choose from. I also think there are more single women out there seeking men than men seeking women.” The chilly welcome isn’t the only subzero reason love is hard to come by.

According to relationship counselor Samantha Burns, the cold weather is also to blame.

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Plentyoffish is 100% Free, unlike paid dating sites.“Everyone is so motivated to be successful here, so relationships fall to the side,” he said. which can be achieved pretty easily with these apps.” Romano said it’s harder the older you get.“People don’t have the time for dating seriously, that’s why Tinder, Bumble and Hinge are so successful. “You have a large segment of the general population as students and post-grads who are generally all around the same age, and to a large degree transient,” she said. There really isn’t anywhere for an older crowd to mingle in Boston, which is truly unfortunate.” Interior design marketing pro Cheryl Abrams Savit, 58, finds meeting men an arduous process — both online and in person.“I believe men and women here have had enough bad experiences that they’ve become so jaded, that they just aren’t open to meeting anyone new.I say this both from personal experiences and also from hearing the same perspective from multiple men and women.” Take elementary school teacher Leanne Hall.The love dilemma crosses gender, age and sexual orientation lines.