Here’s what’s interesting about Michigan, relationship wise: Michigan is 24th in the nation for divorce rate, 28th in the nation for number of married people (51%), and about average as well for number of people who re-marry.
About 24% of people who divorced re-married at least one time in Michigan.
However, there are not very many places to meet someone new.
Bars and coffee shops are going to be the hardest places to spark up a new flame, since there aren’t very many of either one located here.
So meeting neighbors at block parties and BBQs is great…if they were only single.
62% married: 3rd highest 42% with kids: 3rd highest Places to meet: 17th lowest There are far more places to meet people in New Baltimore, but like East Grand Rapids, many are married and with children.
It also has the least number of churches and 2nd lowest number of restaurants, per capita, of all cities we measured.
According to folks on City Data, EGR is different from many other communities.
Women would have the hardest chance here, since there are less men than women by quite a large margin.
58% married: 8th highest 36% with kids: 11th highest Places to meet: 7th lowest This whole Grosse Pointe region along Lake St. You’d have a much better chance making the short drive into Detroit, which finished 58th of 93 cities.
The population in GPP has dropped nearly 8% in the last ten years, making it even harder to meet that perfect someone.
We’re saying there are much easier places to find Mr. Read on to see why we picked those cities, so you know where to avoid when you’re looking to meet someone new.
Incidentally, here are the best places for dating in Michigan: To figure out the best places to find a date in a state, we rely on a complex algorithm that factors in things we generally think make it easy to find single people, and then we figure out which cities have the least number of those things: * We included coffee shops, bars, restaurants and churches per capita.