These Major U.S. Neighborhoods Receive The Most Right Swipes On Tinder

Did your neighborhood make the list?

It's all about location, location, location. That's true when looking for a home ... and looking for a date, according to a new Piper Jaffray survey. That's right — it might not be your Tinder bio, but your neighborhood, that gets you a first date.

The investment bank and asset management firm analyzed data from Tinder and found which neighborhoods in eight major U.S. cities were the most right-swiped. The rankings were calculated by dividing the number of right swipes received on the dating app by the total number of overall swipes in each area throughout April 2018. 

So where are the nations hottest spots? Check out the results below: 

New York City

6. Queens

5. The Bronx

4. Staten Island 

3. Brooklyn

2. Uptown Manhattan

1. Downtown Manhattan  

Boston

8. Seaport

7. Charlestown

6. Cambridge

5. Somerville

4. Back Bay

3. Brookline

2. Allston/Brighton

1. South End

Washington D.C.

5. Capitol Hill

4. H Street

3. Shaw

2. Columbia Heights

1. Adams Morgan

San Francisco

7. Potrero Hill / Dogpatch

6. East Bay/Oakland

5. Nob/Russian Hill

4. The Mission

3. The Marina

2. Pacific Heights

1. Castro

Los Angeles

10. Echo Park

9. DTLA 

8. Santa Monica

7. South LA

6. Koreatown

5. Venice

4. Los Feliz 

3. Beverly Hills

2. Silver Lake

1. West Hollywood

Atlanta

8. East Atlanta

7. Inman Park 

6. Brookhaven

5. West Side

4. Buckhead

3. Midtown

2. Old Fourth Ward

1. Virginia Highlands

Chicago

6. Logan Square

5. Wrigleyville

4. River North

3. Wicker Park

2. Old Town

1. Lincoln Park 

Denver

7. RiNo 

6. LoDo

5. Capitol Hill

4. Boulder

3. Cherry Creek

2. The Highlands

1. Washington Park

Overall, the statistics show that "up-and-coming" neighborhoods lead the pack in right swipes, most likely due to their younger residents and cultural hotspots. So before typing your next Tinder pickup line, you may want to consider a simple, "So which neighborhood hangout do you want to try first?" instead. 

Cover image via  Kaspars Grinvalds I Shutterstock

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