That's why New York is especially great for fans, geeks and weirdos looking for that special someone. According to CEO Isaac Raichyk, in Clover's survey of 15,000 users, 39 percent of New Yorkers are looking for an LTR, compared to just 22 percent in Los Angeles, which was crowned the sexual capital of the U.S. UU. What I did know from my limited research was that men in New York were much more daring than their counterparts in London and, like Kenny, many of them could find a new girl in the city a mile away.
A recent study conducted by the dating app Clover found that New York is the best city to search for a long-term relationship (LTR) defined by the app as one in which a couple moves in together. And if you're looking for long-term love, you'll probably find it after all, New York is brimming with ambitious guys who know how to pursue what they want. He had just moved to New York from Martinique and had recently had a nightmarish date with a socially awkward orthopedic surgeon he met on Bumble, who used his seven-course tasting menu dinner as an excuse to practice his broken French. New Yorkers who are truly looking for love will set their intentions and work with a professional who fits their needs.
Starting a conversation with a stranger while grabbing a loaf of bread isn't something most New Yorkers do.