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The majority, she said, refused to date a person named Mohammed and believed men named Oliver were white, blonde and blue-eyed.

Ten single people were recruited to take part in several experiments designed to test - without them knowing - how racial prejudices played a part in their dating decisions.

One upset viewer also said: 'Apparently that black guy is pouting because he has full lips and his nostrils are flared??

Listen don't make me get mad.' Just 9.4 per cent of white people of 5,000 polled said they would date outside their race.

It was a cause for concern for Emma who found there was an 'unconscious bias' towards white people when it came to selecting a partner.

'We like to think that our preferences are something that are innate and really personal and individual to each of us.========================================================================= *\ Border setting \* ========================================================================= */ /*!========================================================================= *\ Menu Color \* ========================================================================= */ .top-main-menu li a /*!'I have slept with mixed race girls but I just decided I am not into mixed race girls.'A black male participant said it was easier for him to date within the same race because 'there’s no cultural clash and no misunderstandings'.The main crux of the programme, which was broadcast on Monday night, was to demonstrate that dating apps and online sites were encouraging single people to filter based on race, and that by emphasising visual appeal it was making race a more prominent factor.Question: I cannot bear my wife’s alcoholism any longer. I’m continually moved by the vivid descriptions of the carnage that addiction causes, and the impossible “you choose, you lose” dilemmas faced by exhausted, isolated partners.

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