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What they found instead was that white Jewish men were most likely (41%) to select just one race preference.And for those that did, it was overwhelmingly for other white women, not Asian women.And they have indeed analyzed the bizarre and somewhat disheartening information on what kinds of ethnicity preferences people have.In a blog post examining if the myth that Jewish men have a “thing” for Asian women, the company looked what the preferences for each race was (at the time, the app was 29% Asian and 55% white).I know that distinction may seem silly, but it's how the algorithm works currently.Some of this is due to simple supply and demand of the one-to-one matching ratio.
Which is to say, it kept suggesting men who appear to be Arabs or Muslim.
Unlike other apps where you swipe through lots of people, this app sends you one “bagel” it thinks you might like each day at noon.
These bagel boys (or women) are based not just on your own stated preferences, but on an algorithm of what it thinks you will like, and is more likely to recommend friends-of-friends from your Facebook.
Yet, it seems like a relatively common experience, even if you aren’t from a minority group.
Amanda Chicago Lewis (who now works at Buzz Feed) wrote about her similar experience on Coffee Meets Bagel for LA Weekly : “I've been on the site for almost three months, and fewer than a third of my matches and I have had friends in common.
If you like the cut of the fella’s jib, you can accept the match and message each other.