Tinder Experiments II: Dudes, you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study unless you are really hot

Tinder Experiments II: Dudes, you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study unless you are really hot

This research ended up being conducted to quantify the Tinder socio-economic leads for men in line with the portion of females that may “like” them. Feminine Tinder usage information had been gathered and statistically analyzed to determine the inequality within the Tinder economy. It had been determined that the underside 80% of males (when it comes to attractiveness) are contending for the underside 22% of women plus the top 78percent of females are competing for the most notable 20% of males. The Gini coefficient when it comes to Tinder economy according to “like” percentages ended up being determined to be 0.58. Continue reading “Tinder Experiments II: Dudes, you are probably better off not wasting your time on Tinder — a quantitative socio-economic study unless you are really hot”