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However, this, like so many other fine assumptions, totally breaks down when race gets involved: Again, don’t bother squinting, just check out the colors. So here’s last week’s compatibility by race table (I explained how we can confidently measure “compatibility” in that post).
This is a blow-up of the leftmost table above: As you can see, the races all match each other roughly evenly: good news.
It’s surely not just Ok Cupid 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.