These data come from a variety of Google searches (CDC website, census.gov, and wikipedia)
13.1% of females are between ages 25 and 34
50.1% of females 25-34 are not married
31.9% of the women aged 20-39 are obese.
STD data are difficult to come by, because for (what I presume are feel-good political reasons), the CDC only reports STD results for ghonorrea and syphilis, but ignores genital herpes and genital warts. Wikipedia gives better data though:
Women aged 20-29 14.4% had genital herpes.
30% of women aged 25-39 have HPV.
The total population of females is 158.6 million.
As an UPPER BOUND (we have not taken into account all of the constraints I listed before), we can use probability to find the size of the feasible set (the ages don’t match up exactly but its the best data I could find).
P(age 25-34|female) * P(not married| age 25-34) * P(not obese|age 20-39) * P(no hpv|age 25-39)
= 0.131 * 0.501 * (1 – 0.319) * (1 – 0.30) = 0.031286, or about 3.1% of American women are date-worthy to me as an upper bound. Which is about 5 million women.
Perhaps I am wrong. Maybe there are still plenty of fish in the sea!