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They dubbed this the multiracial "dividend effect." But even among the groups the researchers studied, who were all "white-minority" (versus, for example, black and Hispanic Americans), it would be an oversimplification to say all multiracial people were preferred over white people. "There are several possible explanations for the multiraciality dividends we found, and they may represent different dynamics in each case," the researchers wrote.Ortega also teamed up with study co-author Philipp Hergovich, an economics doctoral student at the University of Vienna, to run a mathematical simulation that mimics social interactions between people.Their findings suggest that people who only meet others by traditional means — meaning in person, without internet interference — are likelier to have less diverse social circles than people who participate in online dating.The "dividend effect" played out differently among different pairings of daters. When it comes to initial online dating preferences in America, multiracial individuals, in particular multiracial Asian Americans, have moved to the top of the racial hierarchy of dating preference patterns.