Valentine’s Day is coming up and, if you’re single and in Kansas, the good news is that we’re not the worst state to be single in.

We are in the bottom third, but that’s not ranked 50th! Take the victories where you can, man.

WalletHub ranked all 50 states from the best place to be single to the worst, using qualifications like percentage of single adults, gender ratio, online dating opportunities, and more math that I failed in college.

“You want to go somewhere you will enjoy, meet people, and be able to afford,” Rachel E. Brenner, PH.D Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology at Colorado State University, said. “From a social and dating standpoint, look for places where you can find people like you. This can be based on your values, interests, or cultural aspects.”

The top 10 best states are:

  1. Florida
  2. Texas
  3. Pennsylvania
  4. Wisconsin
  5. New York
  6. Illinois
  7. California
  8. Ohio
  9. Michigan
  10. Missouri

And the 10 worst are:

  1. New Mexico
  2. West Virginia
  3. North Dakota
  4. Hawaii
  5. Arkansas
  6. Delaware
  7. Kentucky
  8. Wyoming
  9. Alaska
  10. Mississippi

Kansas checks in at 32. We’re also in the bottom five in terms of lowest share of single adults (46th).