I mean, I’m sure I didn’t need to tell you that, but just in case someone wants some data on the issue…
2. The data
— OKCupid statistics
— Sphere dot com statistics
— Pewresearch statistics
— MIT Sloan Research paper statistics
— University of North Carolina statistics
— Datacylsm statistics
3. Useful infographic containing all data
This is by far the most common male / female couple pairing represented in Western media, regardless of medium. Advertisements, state propaganda, movies, TV shows, music videos; you name it, it’s overflowing with imagery of BM+WF couples. I don’t have any precise data, but I’d estimate that approximately 25-50% of male/female couples shown (when the woman is White) is BM+WF pairing.
Is this representative of the actual statistical frequency that this pairing occurs?
Nope. Absolutely not. BM+WF has been found to be one of the statistically least frequent pairings in almost every study conducted on mixed-race couples. To call it a colossal over-representation is a colossal understatement. So, stop blackpilling yourself into thinking that every White girl is a fossil fuel incinerator.
Obviously, the figure is still higher than the ideal (which is zero), but White women outbreeding is nowhere near as prevalent as implied by media propaganda. In fact, they are the most racially loyal, on the whole (when it comes to relationships, that is, not politics). White men outbreed more frequently.
2. The data
OKCupid statistics concluded with the following statement:
It’s surely not just OkCupid users that are like this. In fact, it’s any dating site (and indeed any collection of people) would likely exhibit messaging biases similar to what I’ve written up. Any dating site probably has these biases. According to our internal metrics, at least, OkCupid’s users are better-educated, younger, and far more progressive than the norm, so I can imagine that many sites would actually have worse race stats.
Sphere dot com statistics
MIT Sloan Research paper statistics
University of North Carolina statistics
Apparently, the source for the data below is ‘Dataclysm: Who We Are – When We Think No-one is Looking.’
That’s all I have at the moment. If anyone has any more data, send it my way. You know where to find me.
3. Handy infographic containing all data
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