In my demographic, most white collar professional women avoid we blue collar guys like the plague but that's probably due to the male/female ratio, in that they can exclude a large portion of the males and still have sufficient relationship options.
Often something is physically being built or maintained on an hourly pay schedule.
Long story short, these guys are good with their hands.
It would probably help if you could describe what 'blue-collar' means to you.
What you describe as 'red-neck' may not even be blue collar but rather a subset of a particular regional culture having nothing to do with their job.
I wouldn't think that a job makes a person who they are!
this sounds SO evil but i consider myself a white collar snob.
In recent months, some of the most stimulating and exiting, connecting conversations I've had have been with blue-collar guys.
That said, at the end of the day, we just value too different of things to be compatible long-term. I grew up in a white collar family and am really starting to take a fancy to "red neck" guys and their pick-up trucks.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Truly, I have no preference I think in that department.