Interracial dating and marriage statistics
According to data from Facebook’s app Are You Interested, Asian women see much higher response rates from white (17.6%), Latino (15.8%), and black (26%) men.
Women, in general, see three times more interactions than men do, but Asian women were particularly successful at catching a man’s interest.
We have been connecting singles to find love, support and friendship outside of race since 2001.
But the figures also shows marked differences in attitudes to outsiders within different communities – often reflected in the whether people are married or cohabiting.
For example, in the British Bangladeshi community, those who are cohabiting are seven times more likely to be with someone from another background as those who are married.
The study, which analysed the friendship groups of 4,000 people, noted that a typical white person mixes with 50 per cent fewer people from other groups as might be expected given the make-up of where they live.
I was at a party when I spied “Dataclysm,” a number-crunching book written by Ok Cupid Co-Founder Christian Rudder, on an end table. It’s definitely made me think twice about who I respond to online.” OK, first of all, isn’t racist — the book’s data reveals certain racial biases in online attractiveness (measured by likes and response rates), but online dating isn’t at fault for user behavior.
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An ONS commentary explained: “Age is likely to play a factor in inter-ethnic relationships in a number of ways.