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Interracial Breeding: White Women

March 12, 2010

UPDATE 03/31/10: New post on this subject- By the numbers: Interracial Mating in America

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Curious about the general phenomenon of interracial couplings, I recently downloaded the CDC’s 2006 Natality Detail File to figure out just how much interracial matin’ goes on. For non-Hispanic white mothers who gave birth in 2006 (or at least 2,309,212 of them), the reported race of father looks like this.

Race of Father (white women):

Hispanic:                                             4.7%

NH White:                                          81.3%

Black:                                                    2.6%

NH Other:                                           1.7%

Unknown/Not Stated:                   9.7%

Couple of things that jump out at me:

  • WTF is other? Asians? Native Americans? Whoever they are they seem to be reasonably reproductively successful relative to other minorities..
  • Unknown? Are there that many women who don’t know who the daddy is?

While it would be easy to make the unknown category proportional with the rest of the data, I think it would be a mistake to assume that when a mother is so destitute as to be unable to name a father on the birth certificate, the dad will 90% of the time be of the same race. If we compare the mean educational attainment (in terms of years of schooling) of white females who breed with men of different groups, we see an interesting trend:

Race of Father Mean educational attainment Std. deviation
NH Other 14.93 10.073
Cuban 14.85 6.443
NH White 14.63 6.954
Black 13.47 7.515
Mexican 13.41 7.918
Unknown/Not Stated 13.31 10.790
All 14.45 7.531

This trend was not exclusive to whites. Mexican-origin and black mothers who were unsure of the father of their child, 12.9% and 36.6% respectively, had the least mean educational attainment of their respective groups. Similarly, for Mexican-origin and black mothers who had a father in the “Other” category the reverse was true. Black women with fathers in the “Other” category (n=2429) had a mean of 16.11 years of schooling, the highest of any non-Asian group I can find.

Only 55% of white mothers (n=1273706) live in states that collect data on which particular Asian nationality knocked them up.  From that data we find that white women with Chinese fathers (n=796) have a mean of 16.03 years of schooling, the highest of any particular white subgroup I can find. Following them closely are those with Asian Indian fathers (n=775) with a mean of 15.78 years of schooling. A significant portion of “Other” males appear to be Native American/Alaskan Indian (n=7584) vs. about 10000 or so total azns.

I would guess that overall for white women, the Other category is about 1/2-2/3 Asian while the “Unknown” category is disproportionately black and Hispanic. My puny laptop can’t handle any meaningful checks for bimodality, though a random sample of 5% of all responses showed very high variance in both of those groups.

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. Desi Female Pick Up Artist permalink
    March 12, 2010 7:13 pm

    NH Other would be Desi dudes. White women are naive and don’t know what they are getting into (Desi mother-in-law coming to live in YOUR house, Chica! THAT’S what you’re getting into!)

    I try to warn them, but you can only lead a horse to water……

  2. March 13, 2010 6:22 pm

    I wonder what portion of “others” involves a woman’s inability to know because any number of multi-hued “others” might be the father?

    • March 13, 2010 9:36 pm

      The “others” seem to be azn and native american dudes, some states just don’t care to differentiate the two groups in baby making. “Unknown” is the worthless whore category.

  3. March 13, 2010 10:14 pm

    “Unkown whore category.”
    How the hell else am I supposed to get laid?

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