Presenting the Most and Least Compatible New York City Neighborhoods
According to data released to us by OkCupid, some New York City neighborhoods are more likely to make connections on the dating site than others. This may seem intuitive in some ways, but it's better to know these things for sure, right? After all, just like that map that tells us where the single men and women live, we can use this for our own purposes, whatever they may be. The numbers below reflect "the average compatibility between people in each neighborhood with other neighborhoods." The NUMBER 1 top compatibility is between...drumroll please...Greenpoint and Bed-Stuy, featuring a 46.09 compatibility return!
Also in the "pretty damn compatible" range is Greenpoint, with, like, virtually anyone, but especially Prospect Heights, Clinton Hill, Astoria, Flatbush, Bushwick, Park Slope, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Greenwood Heights, Hamilton Heights, Central Park (Central Park!?), Red Hook, East Williamsburg, Ditmars, Washington Heights, Kensington...
The compatibility run of Greenpoint daters with everyone else is only briefly interrupted by a 41.57 compatibility score between Bed-Stuy and Prospect Heights, then Greenpoint goes on to pair with people in Long Island City, Central Harlem, Downtown Brooklyn, the West Village, and so on. Astoria gets in the action with Prospect Heights and Bed-Stuy, as well.
Some other interesting compatibilities to note: Astoria Long Island City 37.73 Bushwick Clinton Hill 37.60 Greenpoint Sunset Park 37.34 East Williamsburg Bedford-Stuyvesant 36.80 Greenpoint The East Village 36.45 Greenpoint Times Square & Theater District 36.41 Clinton Hill Park Slope 36.41 Park Slope Prospect Heights 36.31 Greenpoint Kips Bay 36.00 Park Slope Bedford-Stuyvesant 35.94 Clinton Hill Washington Heights 35.87 Clinton Hill Long Island City 35.37 Greenpoint Hell's Kitchen 35.37 Greenpoint Tribeca 34.73 Astoria The West Village 34.41 Jackson Heights Central Harlem 34.03 Greenpoint SoHo 34.02 Flatbush Alphabet City 33.90 Jackson Heights Yorkville 33.37 Manhattanville Yorkville 33.31 Flatbush The Upper West Side 33.30 Astoria Hell's Kitchen 33.19 Times Square & Theater District Prospect Heights 33.09 Bushwick Alphabet City 32.90 Greenpoint Gramercy Park 32.89 Washington Heights Alphabet City 32.88 Astoria The Upper East Side 32.60 Clinton Hill Crown Heights 32.54 Astoria The East Village 32.54 Greenpoint Turtle Bay 32.35 Central Harlem Bedford-Stuyvesant 32.18 Morningside Heights Prospect Heights 32.06 Times Square & Theater District Prospect Lefferts Gardens 31.94 The Upper West Side Prospect Heights 31.78 Greenpoint Midtown 31.48 South Jamaica SoHo 22.57 Hell's Kitchen Gramercy Park 22.53 The Financial District The East Village 22.53 The Financial District Hell's Kitchen 22.49 The East Village Hell's Kitchen 22.49 Chelsea The Financial District 17.83
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And, least compatible: Turtle Bay, with...everyone. Sorry Turtle Bay-ers. Move to Greenpoint! Turtle Bay Sheepshead Bay 17.40 Turtle Bay The East Village 17.27 Turtle Bay Gravesend 17.18 Turtle Bay East New York 17.17 Turtle Bay Elmhurst 17.09 Turtle Bay Mill Basin 17.02 Turtle Bay Tribeca 16.70 Turtle Bay Bath Beach 16.42 Turtle Bay SoHo 16.36 Turtle Bay The Financial District 16.29 Turtle Bay Midtown 15.97 Turtle Bay Gramercy Park 15.69 Turtle Bay Chelsea 14.41
If you don't see your particular neighborhood match here and simply cannot bear to go on without this information, email us, or ask in the comments. Also: There are exceptions to every rule, happily married Turtle Bay/Chelsea couples!
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