However, more than half of those bachelors and bachelorettes do want to get married.
But it's not just a matter of being single and ready to mingle -- 78 percent of women said it was "very important" to find a man with a steady job and 46 percent of men said the same for their potential spouse.
In Upstate New York, there are much more single men than women, especially in Ithaca, where there's 140 available men for every 100 women.
Utica and Albany both tied for second-best for single women, with 120 unattached men for every 100 bachelorettes.
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Dauchan struts with a beguiling self-assurance, and disarming directness. Hutchinson is a marvel: wry, quick on her feet, probing, a tiny bit caustic, and then playful, languorous and generous with her delight." - one of the top ten most-produced plays in the 2015-16 American regional theatre season. Eason is the author of 20 plays, original works, and adaptations, as well as being a musical book writer and screenwriter. As a screenwriter, Laura wrote on seasons two and three of the Emmy-winning Netflix show “House Of Cards.” She is a member of Rising Phoenix Rep, an Affiliated Artist of New Georges and an alumna of the Women’s Project Playwright’s Lab.
She is an active ensemble member and former Artistic Director of Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago, recipient of the 2011 Regional Theatre Tony Award.
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Written by Laura Eason, a fearless writer best known for her work on TV’s "[Lampert] builds on her strengths, highlighting the sparkling wit of the dialogue while never downplaying the electric eroticism.