According to a new study by dating platform Badoo, your success (or lack thereof) in the romance department may have a lot to do with your zip code.

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Look at cities with the biggest pool of online daters, according to e Harmony, Match.comand the up-and-coming How About We,where people meet their match based on the types of dates they propose.

Where you live says a lot about you — most people take pride in being either a "city boy" or a "small town girl" or something in between.

"These cities are usually met by more effort on daters to find a potential mate due to what they think is a harder shot at finding love," Amber Williams, Badoo's internal dating expert, tells Bustle.

"This fear of sufficient opportunity results in people putting themselves out there more, which in turn determines greater success.” It's a self-fulfilling prophecy: We think it will be impossible to find the metaphorical needle-in-the-haystack partner, so we redouble our efforts.

In partnership with AXE Deodorant Bodyspray Hooking that hottie is hard enough without the odds stacked against you, so the city researchers at Sperling’s Best Places have identified for you "America’s Best and Worst Cities for Dating." The study is based on criteria that includes percentage of singles ages 18-24, population density, and dating venues per capita such as concerts, coffee shops, bars, bowling alleys, etc., and includes 80 metro areas in America.

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Some are using this study as a call to action to provide places where people can hang out and get together." The Wichita Eagle comments about this study, "This survey might be tragically accurate.