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And it's not just newlyweds - the same mirror-opposite gender gaps appeared in the full census in 2000 among blacks and Asians.
In three quarters of Asian/white marriages the husband was white but in about three quarters of black/white marriages the wife was white.
While various surveys have shown that women in general have a stronger preference than men do for same-race partners, the Asian women in the Columbia sample didn't show a greater preference for Asian men.
Black women strongly preferred black men but the black men didn't reciprocate their level of interest to nearly the same degree.
White, Asian-American, Native American, Latino, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander and black men all wrote back to African-American women at about a 20% lower rate than they did to all other races and ethnicities!
(Yes, even black men sent fewer responses to black women than all other women).
I'm just starting to see a change on the small screen (thank goodness - and we need more! The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same? On the other hand, I don't believe most black women are keen on the idea of dating or marrying white men. Maybe what you're observing can be explained by the theories I mentioned at the end of the post.
Even though the OK Cupid results reflect the behavior of over a million online daters, each dating site draws somewhat different demographics.
OK Cupid has a reputation for attracting a young, nerdy-cool, highly educated crowd. In a Yahoo personals study done at UC Irvine, 91% of members claimed to have no race preference for their matches but white men who dated interracially selected Asian and Latino dating partners significantly more often than black women and Asian men were the least preferred matches for white women. In a speed dating study using Columbia University grad students, white, black and Hispanic women were all far more likely to say no to Asian men than all other men.
Schlessinger said "If you’re that hypersensitive about color and don’t have a sense of humor don’t marry out of your race".
The other day I got a comment from “Brenda” about my High-Achieving Black Women and Marriage: Not Choosing Or Not Chosen?