In its State of Dating report, the dating site Zoosk analyzed behaviors of singles by state. That led to a bunch of interesting factoids about how singles behaved based on what state they live in.

The findings were based on the profiles and "messaging trends" of 6 million singles on the website.

For instance, in Delaware women are 72% more likely to make the first move. Shy guys, take note.

Maryland is the "most educated" state, with singles 48% more likely to have a graduate degree.

Mississippi residents like to keep things short and sweet: their messages are 32 characters shorter than the average.

Montana is just the opposite, with their average messages being 47 characters longer than average.

The "Outnumbered" hosts analyzed whether location really matters in dating behavior in the clip above.