Where would be the best places in the city to do this? Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!The statistics show that 1098 unmarried women live in ZIP code area 95630 of Folsom, as shown on the map above. There are many other areas with a high proportion of men, easily identified in green on the map. We have data for nearly every country there is, and for many of them down to a local level.In the same age group, 2807 unmarried men live there. Maybe this is even your favorite posh fashion district, filled with cultural events and trendy cafes. Have a go yourself, and feel free to leave your comments below.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.I studied Russian and studied abroad in Russia in college, and since my graduation in May I haven't been using it as much as I'd like.I would love to improve upon my Russian abilities, and short of traveling there, I know that the best way to practice it is to find Russian friends/girlfriends (preferably those close to my age obviously).
Of course, the generous American public aid programs played an important role in this mass exodus.I believe that if Sacramento really had 300,000 “Russian” people (out of the population of 1,400,000), the next State Governor or at least the next Mayor of Rancho Cordova could be our Slavic compatriot. So the astronomical numbers of 200-300 thousand Russian-speaking immigrants in Sacramento seem to be, to put it mildly, inaccurate guesses. By the way, this research has revealed an interesting fact: there is an equal number of Russians and Ukrainians in Sacramento. Maybe you have different figures, or do you see an error in my calculations? Somehow I always had an impression that Ukrainians grossly outnumber Russians here. The thing is, when we are talking about Sacramento immigrants, we mean the so-called “third wave” – the Protestant refugees from the former Soviet Union who came to the shores of Sacramento in search of better life.As we know, they comprise the majority of the immigrant population here.Either way, the overall count of Russian-speaking immigrants is no more than 60,000.