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The national average in 2014 was 3.2 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.What people outside of Utah, and possibly Utahns themselves, may find interesting is those people within the state who do end up getting divorced are more likely to remarry, according to the Department of Workforce Services.“When a first marriage ends they’re giving up on that, but they’re not giving up on marriage in general,” Higginbotham said.Brian Higginbotham, Utah State University Extension associate vice president, said Utah has a historical precedence of a pro-marriage culture, which has extended through families.“Our state is universally pretty pro-relationships and pro-marriage,” Higginbotham said.“A lot of people feel like that’s something they’re supposed to do and there’s not necessarily a right time for that to happen.”And with more marriages, 8.6 compared to the national average of 6.8, there also comes more divorces.“Because people marry younger and there’s more marriages, there’s more divorces,” Birger said.For singles in Utah the dating pool can either be full or quite empty depending on who you are and what you are looking for.When it comes to being college educated and single the odds are in favor of men, especially those that live outside the Salt Lake City metro region.The percentage of men who have been remarried in St.George comes in at 28.7 percent and for women 30.4 percent, Census data indicated.
“And women who go to them or Mormon singles events have told me it’s common for there to be two women for every man.”In Washington County, 50.6 percent of the population was female compared to 49.4 percent being males, according to 2010 numbers from the Census Bureau.
In Iron County, 50.3 percent were women and 49.7 were male.
There’s also the issue of how far men and women will date on the age scale.
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There are 1.7 single, college-educated women, ages 18-30 to every single man living outside the Salt Lake area, according to 2010-2011 census data calculated by TIME Labs.