A new study says OkCupid users are often willing to respond to messages from potential lovers outside their own race, and once they do, they're more likely to initiate interracial contact going forward.
The dating site also keeps enough data to crack the code of human relationships
By Rena Marie PacellaPosted 11.03.2011 at 12:00 pm 7 Comments
For the past two years, the four Harvard graduates behind the dating site OkCupid have been studying user data for insight into human behavior and sharing the results publicly. The site has seven million active members, each of whom answers an average of 200 personal questions.