Study Claims To Have Determined The Cities And States In Which Hot And Ugly People Reside

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These types of lists are a dime a dozen, but usually have at least a little bit of truth behind them. This one’s results are based on a study done by dating service Clover which set out to determine where in the U.S. hot and ugly people reside using data collected from their users. The company claims to be able to determine attractiveness via their “propietary scoring system,” and paired the resulting attractiveness levels with location info to get their results.

From Clover:

Mutual attractiveness is the foundation of most successful relationships which is why mobile dating app Clover developed a proprietary scoring system able to accurately assess a person’s level of attractiveness. Using this system, Clover analyzed its data to see which cities and states had the most and least attractive users.

Here are the results:


My thoughts:

Most attractive women list – As a native of the Tampa Bay area, I have no idea how Tampa managed to crack the top 7. Granted I’ve never actually seen a Tampa girl’s face – only the back of their head as they run away from me – so I guess I can’t really speak too much on the matter.

Least attractive women list – I saw more hot chicks in Dallas than I’ve seen everywhere else combined. Not sure if this trickles over into Fort Worth or not, but I have a hard time believing it doesn’t. Besides that, there were no surprises.

Most attractive men list – Men from Jacksonville are 70% more attractive than the national average? There is no hope for the future of America.

Least attractive men list – That’s just cold. Ice cold. Don’t listen to them, readers from Sunnyvale, The Bronx, Jersey City, Providence, Anaheim, Long Beach, Detroit, and Stockton. I still think you’re beautiful.

[via Clover]

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