Ok cupid race and dating
The media has long shown itself to be biased and dissembling.
In September of 2014, Christian Rudder, cofounder of the online dating website Ok Cupid, released research on race and attraction from 2009 to 2014 that was compiled through interactions on Ok Cupid.
Users of the popular dating site have a clear bias against certain races, according to a new blog post by OKCupid co-founder Christian Rudder.
Rudder looked at millions of OKCupid interactions between 20, involving more than 25 million people, and charted out the racial and gender preferences he found.
The visuals below shows a user’s racial preference of a potential suitor compared to the average user of any race.
The graphs below show the attraction “preferences vs.
Ok Cupid founder Christian Rudder recently posted some of these snapshots on the website's blog, reviewing how race affects Ok Cupid users' behavior.
“When white parents stop their children from choosing a black doll they are indirectly giving them a message about what is acceptable and attractive.” Ok Cupid’s study found that men typically find women of the same race attractive, though black men showed little racial preference, while non-black men rated black women poorly in terms of attractiveness.
Similarly, women prefer men of their own race and tend to find Asian and black men less attractive.
the average.” Basically, they show For example, this first graph shows that, in 2014, Asian men found Asian women to be 15% more attractive than the average woman.
Source: Ok Cupid; Charts: Josh Wilson “In American society,” Dr.