Third best: Denver Women especially enjoy a mile-high advantage in Denver when it comes to finding dates. That's because the Mile High City has 129 young bachelors for every 100 young bachelorettes, putting Denver in the 77th percentile nationwide. Denver also places in the 93rd percentile for newly arrived single people as a proportion of total population, and ranks in the 94th percentile for single men under 35 as a percentage of its 620,000 overall residents. Lastly, the city rates in the 81st percentile for walkability. Unfortunately, daters should expect to pay for their own Denver omelets at breakfast, as the community places only in the 40th percentile for disposable income among single men. The typical Denver bachelor makes $32,950 a year but pays $1,468 a month for rent, leaving just $1,278 a month for everything else.