You're most likely to be single if you have one of these six names

As we say goodbye to summer days of freedom, the desire to settle down and snuggle up with our special someones becomes more prominent.

But for those of us who are single, the incoming 'Cuffing Season' can be pretty eye-roll-inducing. 

Whether you've had your fair share of left swipes on the ever-growing slew of dating apps, went through a breakup or just plain haven't found the right one yet, it's comforting to know that you're not alone in being single.

For some people with certain names, the age of single-dom seems to be quite common and somewhat never-ending, and there's data to prove it.

H&R Block recently reviewed tax filing data from 2015 through 2019 to see which Americans have been the most consistently single over the past four years, and for some unfortunate names, the trends don't look like they're changing anytime soon.

The data reflects the amount of people that filed under 'Single or Head of Household' in 2015 and again in 2019 with the most minimal percentage change of single people per that name making the final list.

Think your name is on here? Here are the six names of people most likely to be single:

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Names most likely to be single in 2019
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Names most likely to be single in 2019

Dylan

Percent single in 2015: 85.75%

Percent single in 2019: 82.13%

Change: -3.62%

Jasmine

Percent single in 2015: 82.28%

Percent single in 2019: 81.21%

Change: -1.07%

Austin

Percent single in 2015: 81.59%

Percent single in 2019: 78.63%

Change: -2.96%

Alexis

Percent single in 2015: 76.83%

Percent single in 2019: 77.81%

Change: 0.98%

Brianna

Percent single in 2015: 77.87%

Percent single in 2019: 76.86%

Change: -0.86%

Taylor

Percent single in 2015: 82.40%

Percent single in 2019: 76.00%

Change: -6.40%

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With a whopping 81.13 percent of all tax filers named 'Dylan' filing as 'Single or Head of Household', in 2019the name takes the cake for the most single guy or girl in the U.S., though the percentage did drop from a sky-high 85.75 percent back in 2015.

The name with the least amount of change over the past four years is 'Brianna,' which only grew 0.86 percent less single from 2015 to 2019, closely followed by 'Alexis' which became 0.96 percent less single over the past four years. 

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