Make it a habit to listen to your partner without judging or comparing him or her to previous partners of some other race.
Your mate may experience things that you never have due to his or her language/accent, ethnicity or race.
There are many challenges you may face and have to overcome - culinary tastes, religious beliefs, customs and cultural differences just to name a few. Finding someone to love, someone you mesh with, and someone that makes your heart sing and brings peace of mind is the stuff of poetry.
We should never deny ourselves that experience or allow others to intimidate us into making a choice that leaves us without the person that makes us happy.
These survey results, coupled with the discussions I've had with men and women of various ethnicities on this subject, would cause me to say that statistically, the answer to this question is "no." Apparently, many people are certainly open to DATING someone of another race, but still draw the line when it came to marriage and children for whatever reason they have.