There Are More Unmarried Young Men Than Women in New York

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NEW YORK - MAY 29: People gather on opening day of the new Luna Park amusement area (L) at Coney Island on the first day of the Memorial Day weekend May 29, 2010 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Luna Park opens today on the former grounds of the famed Astroland amusement area as part of the revitalization plans for Coney Island. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) Photo: Mario Tama/2010 Getty Images

That's according to a study from the economists at the New York Economic Development Council, which found that there are more single men between the ages of 20-34 than women. The study, which says nothing about sexual orientation, also provides a hunting map that helpfully breaks down the gender ratios in individual neighborhoods throughout the city. Manhattan and its closest environs tend, somewhat predictably, to skew mostly female. The farther out you go, the more dudes there are. Sex and the City XIII will be set at Coney Island.