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Had users become more open-minded in their dating practices in the past half-decade?
The data suggested a different narrative: Their biases had become even more pronounced.
The scarcity of Asian men in Western media creates an imaginative lacuna in the minds of men and women in dating situations.
An analysis of the 100 highest-grossing films of 2014 found that Asians constituted only 5.3 percent of speaking characters.
In 2009, Ok Trends, the research arm of the dating website Ok Cupid, parsed user data to determine racial preferences in online dating.
Researchers studied whether same-race preferences in online dating could be drawn neatly along ideological lines.
Those who identified as politically conservative were more candid in their same-race preference than liberals or moderates.
The event, which corralled graduate students of all backgrounds, provided each pairing with four minutes to strike up a conversation.
Asian men, who accounted for over 20 percent of the dating body, were at a considerable disadvantage in the experiment.
Yet all ideological factions, in actual practice, demonstrated a similar proclivity for partners of the same race.