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The curve doesn’t go down linearly, but instead drops quickly after the top 20% of men.
Comparing the blue area and the pink area we can see that for a random female/male Tinder interaction the male is likely to “like” the female 6.2 times more often than the female “likes” the male.
Second, most women can agree if a guy is really attractive or really unattractive.
Women are more likely to disagree on the attractiveness of men in the middle of the economy.
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.
Lying in this way is ethically questionable at best (and highly entertaining), but, unfortunately I had no other way to get the required data.
This doesn't mean though that most males will get “liked” back by 12% of all the women they “like” on Tinder.
This would only be the case if “likes” were equally distributed.
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).
At this point I would be remiss to not mention a few caveats about these data.