has doubled in the past 30 years, according to online dating habits, we're still pretty racist. To examine how racial prejudice affects our romantic decisions, Kevin Lewis, a sociologist at the University of California at San Diego, analyzed messages sent by more than 126,000 Ok Cupid users over a two-and-a-half month period.
A new study of racism in Ok Cupid messaging finds a bit of hope in a sea of largely same-race interactions.
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Most people who are using an online dating site will tell you that their goal is to get off of it as soon as possible.
According to the site's internal stats, white males get the most responses to their messages than any other group, and that white, Asian and Hispanic women reply to non-white men less than a quarter of the time.