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We know, from the chart above, that a woman who sends a message to a man her own age has a 17.5% likelihood of receiving a response to that message.
We know that a man who sends a message to a woman his own age has a 4% likelihood of receiving a response to that message.
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If men must spam women with messages in order to elicit a response, then women will be more selective when responding to the surplus in general.
We looked at race in one of our very first posts, and today I’d like to revisit the topic with fresh data.Here are the two plots for men responding to messages from women (blue) and women responding to messages from men (red).So, we can see that women are much more selective than men when it comes to responding to messages.Extrapolating from there, here's how confident men and women can be that they will receive a response given the number of messages they send Fascinating.An average man who sends 18 messages to women his own age can be 50% certain he'll receive at least one response.