East asian women dating disparity
It shows that we do have a preference to date and marry people from our own racial group… More interesting patterns can be discovered if we take a deeper look into statistics.One of such patterns – when it comes to Asians, and especially Chinese – is related to the gender disparity in interracial marriages.
The chart below shows how likely you will be to get replies from girls based on race. They are particularly popular with Indian, Asian, Latin and white women. But, by far, these are the most interesting (and controversial) statistics I’ve encountered lately.I was initially writing this text as part of the next article but it became so lengthy that I decided to make it a separate post.They also did not cite divorce stats between blacks and Asians, probably for reasons that are too horrible to even consider.Using the percentages they cited, I came up with this adorable little chart: So whereas black dudes are far more likely to marry white chicks than the inverse, they are also far more likely to divorce their fair-skinned partners.Interracial dating and marriage is a natural phenomenon in the countries where people of different races live together.
Of course, the proportion of interracial couples is smaller than in the imaginary experiment where partners are paired in a totally random way.
So I was sitting around obsessing about race as always, and I decided to look up some statistics about interracial marriage and divorce in typical white-boy math-geek fashion.
Wikipedia’s entry on “Interracial marriage in the United States” cites stats on both interracial marriage and divorce.
As well as seeing that girls don’t reply to guys’ messages that often, you will notice a big disparity between different races. Indian males get replies from only 1 in 4.8 girls on the other hand. Indian men have the lowest response rate from Indian girls.
You’ll find other interesting numbers by looking hard at this table.
I changed the above picture for fear of doxxing; ironically, the picture is now of another Eurasian male who went to an Ivy League school, had a conservative white dad, and an Asian mother, and had a public meltdown.