The top 1% of guys get more than 16% of all likes on the app, compared to just over 11% for the top 1% of women.
(Unlike swipe-based Tinder, Hinge is based on a system of “liking” some particular aspect of a person’s profile.)The reason for this gender disparity is probably not that women are more appearance-focused than men.
In order to put this dating-app inequality in context, Goldgeier—One of the most common measure of income inequality is the Gini coefficient.
It goes a lot further than simply asking, "What do you want to do?Aviv Goldgeier, an engineer for the dating website Hinge, recently analyzed the share of “likes” on Hinge that went to the most-liked people of each gender.He found that inequality on dating apps is stark, and that it was significantly worse for men.For any complaints and enquiries you may contact us here.If we are not able to resolve a complaint, you may submit it through the EU online dispute resolution platform at Also, make sure you remember her eye colour (trust us on this one) and when you’re comfortable, maybe test the waters by leaning in a little closer as she speaks – if she backs away, well, it’s probably not going well.