Cupid’s arrows hit the target in online dating apps, which have seen triple the users in recent years.
Its cities, including Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Fayetteville, are rich in athletics (the Razorbacks), the arts (the King Opera House), literature ("I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"), music (Johnny Cash), and nature (forests, caves, mountains, rivers, and, of course, hot springs).
With a population of nearly 3 million, Arkansas has a match (or two) out there waiting for you.
In 1819, it became the 22nd state, and some of its most influential historical landmarks include Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church and the Rosa Parks Museum.
Aptly nicknamed the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is home to more than 4.8 million people, and they're typically known for their Southern charm, hardworking spirits, and love of college football.
As you go west, however, and the non-religious population grows, religiously-affiliated dating gets jilted.
You won’t find a single state that prefers to mingle the Christian way beyond the Rockies.
Lots of recent, trendy dating apps focus on women for a reason.
Most of them are popular in states with some serious girl power going on.
Alaska’s residents are of several races and ethnicities, including Alaska native, American Indian, Caucasian, Asian, black, and native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.
The Grand Canyon, the Hoover Dam, the Arizona-Sonora Desert, Horseshoe Bend, Arizona State University -- these are some of the places that may come to mind when you think of the Copper State.
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