For every 1,000 married Asian women, only 860 Asian men are married.
While the majority of all races still marry another person of the same race, it can sometimes feel like members of your own race are being chosen by another race.
This can occasionally cause a problem if you only want to date or marry someone of your own race.
On the flip side, 15 percent of Hispanic men have a non-Hispanic wife.
In marriages involving Hispanics and Whites, it is 1.17 times more likely that the wife is Hispanic and the husband is White than the other way around.
Of those who do marry, which ethnic groups are most likely to be together?
Additionally, are there any differences between men and women, even of the same ethnicity? It's kind of hard to believe this today, but as recent as 1967, there was actually state laws that banned interracial marriage.
You are likely to face more challenges and possibly family scrutiny if you marry someone of another race.
But in return, you have the possibility of enjoying a diversity that same-race couples will never know.
When African-Americans and Whites marry, there is 2.65 times more likely to be an African-American husband and a white wife.
In fact, 73 percent of all African-American and White marriages have this setup.
If you are considering interracial dating, you may be curious about statistics on interracial relationships.