It’s not surprising at all that interracial marriage is on the rise. It is my hope is that all this number crunching will mine meaningful statistics. I’m still waiting on a fresh figure that addresses whether interracial marriages are more prone to divorce. For now, we’re depending on previous studies.
An analysis conducted a decade ago found that 10 years after they married, interracial couples had a 41% chance of separation or divorce, compared with a 31% chance among couples who married within their race, according to a study based on the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG).7