One said they had to rewind the television to check what she had said while others fumed about how 'irritated' it had made them Jordan, 25, from Southampton - who has been single for over a year - said that he just 'wasn't into mixed race girls' Sociologist Emma Dabiri enlisted the ten singletons to help experiment how much racial prejudice played a part in dating It was a cause for concern for Emma who found there was an 'unconscious bias' towards white people when it came to selecting a partner. Channel 4's Is Love Racist? Revealing experiments An eye tracking experiment, where the participants entered a room of ethically diverse people, demonstrated that Asian people are mostly overlooked while most unconsciously showed a white preference. The Dating Game sparks outrage. One white male participant Jordan, 25, from Southampton, who had been single for over a year boldly stated while looking at a mixed race girl: The experiments helped support data from a poll of 5, people conducted by Dr Keon that suggested white people were also less likely to date outside their race.