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Ratio of single men to single women, by county

County Single men per 100 single women
Baker County, OR84
Benton County, OR95
Clackamas County, OR87
Clatsop County, OR94
Columbia County, OR98
Coos County, OR86
Crook County, OR92
Curry County, OR85
Deschutes County, OR92
Douglas County, OR85
Gilliam County, OR91
Grant County, OR91
Harney County, OR92
Hood River County, OR96
Jackson County, OR80
Jefferson County, OR102
Josephine County, OR77
Klamath County, OR93
Lake County, OR87
Lane County, OR90
Lincoln County, OR79
Linn County, OR90
Malheur County, OR88
Marion County, OR98
Morrow County, OR126
Multnomah County, OR91
Polk County, OR82
Sherman County, OR117
Tillamook County, OR97
Umatilla County, OR100
Union County, OR84
Wallowa County, OR87
Wasco County, OR90
Washington County, OR93
Wheeler County, OR90
Yamhill County, OR104
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census; ePodunk


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