If you're looking for a date, you can once again try your luck in Denver, but don't bother if you live in Seattle, according to the people at The Great Love Debate.
The traveling show podcasters have once again put together a list titled "America's Worst City To Find Love" and for 2018 there's a new winner, or loser as it may be.
According to their findings, The Mile High City moves down to 4th place from last year, in part because its "social scene resembles an awkward school dance," but that's nothing compared to Seattle, which is "home to the most passive men in America."
The rankings were based on four factors: Enthusiasm about dating, opportunities for dating, the frequency of dates and dates turning into relationships.
Whole list: (PDX Came in #4)
SEATTLE"Of all the places where the disconnect grew wider this year, Seattle's grew the widest; leaving a gloomy puddle of aggravated women, socially-awkward men, and rain water."
SAN JOSE "A sorry stalemate between women who think they're too good for him and men who think they're entitled to her."
PHOENIX"Go ahead guys, offer to take her on a date. She will take that offer and shop it around till she can find a better one."
PORTLAND "Trying to be the center of the Beard & Beer Universe is never a good way to show you actually care about dating."
DENVER "Our 2017 Worst City, and still home to the most passive men in America. Only an extremely communicative and accommodating group of women kept the Mile High City out of the basement this year."
PHILADELPHIA "Hard to find love in a place where the women believe all the men are jerks, and the men all believe that's a compliment."
DALLAS "The city with the best women in America - and a collection of men who hide from them, and a whole lot else, beneath those big hats."
LAS VEGAS "People go to Vegas to have fun. Nobody goes to Vegas to be happy."
NEW YORK "New York women watched Sex And The City for a decade hoping Carrie would end up with Mr. Big. Lots of NYC men noticed, and act like Big, but don't look anything like Chris Noth."
LOS ANGELES "It's simply too nice, and too self-absorbed, day in and day out for Angelenos to get too involved with another human being."
Howie added that finding love is hard anywhere, but these 10 cities really stood out as being harder than most. "2018 was unquestionably a challenging year for the dating dynamic between men and women throughout the country, and these 10 cities definitely stood out as not being up to the challenge."