For example, the probability of divorce by the 10th year of marriage, in comparison to an all-white couple, changes considerably.
In case of an Asian husband and a white wife, the chances of the couple ending up in divorce are 59 percent higher than a regular white couple.
All of these interracial couples have a higher chance of getting divorced within a decade of their marriage but when the couple has a African American husband and a African American wife in the relationship, the likelihood of divorce is actually less than 44 percent.
This is a huge contrast and it may be attributed to the changing face of the world, especially the United States.
Race has come to impact various aspects of our lives, whether we are aware of it or not, and one of the institutions that has been significantly affected by race is marriage.
According to the 2010 Census in the United States, interracial divorce rates are comparatively higher than divorce rates between white couples.
However, it is also true that the newer generations are more responsive and open-minded to the idea of interracial marriages than their predecessors.
Not only is the mindset of the entire nation evolving but the face of America is also changing over the course of time.
One interesting thing is to compare what you see above with what those same users have And yet the underlying behavior has stayed the same.
The study turned up some interesting observations – Divorce over time There is a 41 percent chance that an interracial marriage will swirl out of control.
However, the percentages tend to vary across a certain period of time.
You can use other online data to see this split personality play out elsewhere.
The night Obama was first elected was a moment of catharsis. All the dating data I’ve seen fits Ok Cupid’s pattern: black people and Asian men get short shrift.
In a country, which forbade interracial relationships at one point in time even a couple of decades back, the number of interracial marriages has risen successfully owing to interracial blending.