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This isn’t surprising since a large portion of the ecosystem is based on physical appearance.

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At this point I would be remiss to not mention a few caveats about these data.

First, the sample size is small (only 27 females were interviewed). The females who responded to my questions could have lied about the percentage of guys they “like” in order to impress me (fake super hot Tinder me) or make themselves seem more selective.

Also, a formula was derived to estimate a man’s attractiveness level based on the percentage of “likes” he receives on Tinder:attractiveness%=16.8*(like%) 52.3To calculate your attractiveness% click here.

In my previous post we learned that in Tinder there is a big difference in the number of “likes” an attractive guy receives versus an unattractive guy (duh).

There are also two reasons to believe that useful trends can be determined from these data even with this flaw.

First, in my previous post we saw that attractive men did equally as well across all female age groups, independent of the age of the male, so to some extent all women have similar tastes in terms of physical attractiveness.

This self reporting bias will definitely introduce error into the analysis, but there is evidence to suggest the data I collected have some validity.

For instance, a recent New York Times article stated that in an experiment females on average swiped a 14% “like” rate.

To answer that question we are first going to need some data (and a nerd to analyze it).

Tinder doesn't supply any statistics or analytics about member usage so I had to collect this data myself.

This compares vary favorably with the data I collected that shows a 12% average “like” rate.

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