Latest Interracial Marriage Statistics
Asian-Nation.org came out with 2006 interracial marriage statistics of Asian Americans, updated October 2007. Statistics have always been tricky and easily manipulated, but let's see what we can extract from these statistics.
There are six Asian groups listed:
1) Asian Indian
The outmarriage rates of two Asian groups, Asian Indians and Japanese, seem pretty equal. The disparity begins with Chinese, where it seems women are about 10 percent more likely to be married to a non-Chinese than men married to a non-Chinese, based on the percentages.
The greatest disparities seem to be with Filipinos, Koreans, and Vietnamese, where the women seem to marry perhaps 20 to 50 percent outside of their nationality than the men, based on the percentages.
However, these are percentages and not actual numbers. Keep in mind white males seem to have venues of importing Asian women through mail order brides. There are also U.S. military soldiers marrying wives in Asia, but that was a past event which has diminished in impact, although many of them are still alive.
How about adoption rates, where adoptees from Asia remain high and are overwhelmingly girls? Or the pedophilic white American male who knows laws in the United States are extremely harsh against them, so they travel to poorer regions of Asia to exploit young children to fulfill their sexual desires?
Since Steve loves to pry on everyone else, let's examine Steve's marriage patterns. Is a northern European husband and a southern Mediterranean European wife an interracial couple? If you are right-wing xenpophobic, the answer would be yes.