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JDate sets itself apart from other online dating sites because we’re focused on the local and worldwide community of Jewish singles.

Our easy and fun profile creation process will help guide you to narrow down your potential Jewish dating matches so you can find your perfect match.

We’re dedicated to being with you through every step of your journey!

About Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB): Every day at noon, we introduce you to one single with whom you share mutual friends.

You have 24 hours to LIKE or PASS your match (aka “Bagels”).

Mutual LIKE leads to direct connection via text message on a private phone line.

What’s the secret to JDate’s success when it comes to inspiring so many Jewish weddings?

Again, the preference for Asian women (29%) was similar to the preference for Hispanic women (24%).

Of the men who had only one ethnic preference, 7% of White men and a puny 1% of Jewish men said they only want Asian women.Of course, the topic of racial preference in relationships has been looked at before, famously by OKCupid as well as the New York Times Tierny Lab. Given that CMB has grown largely by members encouraging their friends to join, it’s no surprise that the trend has continued.However, we at Coffee Meets Bagel feel uniquely suited to test this specific hypothesis because of our — how shall we put it — enormously overly-representative Jewish and Asian membership. This is largely due to the fact that we first started our service with a group of young, urban professionals (aka our own friends! A quick refresher on how Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB) works: Every day at noon, CMB introduces members to one single (aka a “Bagel”), whom they must LIKE or PASS within 24 hours.We bring together like-minded Jewish men and women from every ethnic background.That’s why Asian Jewish singles are finding each other on JDate – more than on any other dating site today.We got engaged a little over a year after we first met and are now busy planning a wedding for the spring of 2015.