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Related: The New America: Study Examines Modern Multiracial Identies “One potential explanation of these preferences is that contemporary media promotes certain mixed-race appearances as chic, fashionable, or post-racial,” suggested Lin, “while simultaneously portrays mono-racial Asians as being passive, sly, effeminate, and nerdy.” Researchers did not have enough data to study reactions to multiracial Asian Americans who were also Hispanic or also African American.
The millennial generation has been touted as being the bomb demographic that is most open-minded, more fluid, more diverse and less likely to stereotype individuals, but a new study found that when it comes to interracial dating, most, including bi-racial people, consider Blacks the least desirable to date, and Whites the most desirable.
The rational for the study was to determine whether our more racially and ethnically diverse nation was more open when it comes to interracial dating.“Although the increasing numbers of biracial people seemingly suggest that the United States is becoming a more racially and ethnically diverse nation, by investigating the dating preferences of biracial individuals, we are able to assess whether racial/ethnic boundaries are truly blurring,” stated Allison R.
Mc Grath of Vanderbilt University who lead the study with her colleagues at the school.
In 2012, 15.1 percent of new marriages were interracial.
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In fact, our studies find that white and Asian men are more likely to respond to [multiracial] Asian-white women than either Asian or white women.” Multiracial “Asian-white” men were also preferred by Asian American women over (monoracial) Asian men and over white men.
White women responded to multiracial “Asian-white” men and white men most frequently, and they responded to (monoracial) Asian men and to African American men the least.
The researchers were looking for how often Asian-white, black-white, and Hispanic-white multiracial people received responses to messages, compared to people of one race.