Steve Sailer's ”Is Love Colorblind?” Updated By A Third Of A Century
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Earlier: Interracial Marriage: "Is Love Colorblind?" Still Valid After 20 Years

Back in 1997, I wrote a long article “Is Love Colorblind?” about how in the 1990 Census, 72% of black-white marriages featured a black husband and a white wife while 72% of white-Asian marriages featured a white husband and an Asian wife. Black-Asian marriages were rare but almost always featured a black husband and Asian wife (e.g., Tiger Woods’ parents).

What has happened since then?

Cremieux Recueil writes:

Intermarriage in America Post-Loving v. Virginia [1967]

And for newlyweds over time:

So it looks like the ratios haven’t changed all that much over 30+ years.

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