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Even though he does respond to Cho, their relationship ultimately fails for a number of reasons, including grief and guilt over Cedric's death.
The emotional dynamic between Harry and Cho is far too complicated.
Harry Potter has had the benefit of an excellent female friend since he was eleven years old.
Hermione Granger has given him moral support, excellent advice, and loyalty. Harry cares for her a great deal and needs Hermione in his life.
Harry acknowledges his desire for humour as one of his most basic needs after the Tri-Wizard Tournament.
Facing the return of Voldemort, on the verge of war, he gives his winnings to the twins to use as start up for their joke shop.
He offers the explanation, "[...] I could do with a few laughs. I've got a feeling we're going to need them more than usual before long." Harry turns to humour as his main desire, for which he would pay a thousand galleons, in order to find some pleasure in the face of the coming darkness.
Rowling has now established that humour will be a key desired trait in any future romantic pairing for Harry. This fact is explicitly stated during his falling out with Ron in fourth year. When Hermione accuses him of missing Ron, Harry denies it, but admits to himself that while he "... liked Hermione very much, she just wasn't the same as Ron. Yet at sixteen, Harry picked Ginny Weasley to be his romantic partner. " The explanation is very simple - Harry has a very strong sexual desire for Ginny. This statement is not to suggest that sex is the most important element when selecting a mate.
It is, obviously, entirely possible to desire someone with whom a relationship would be flawed otherwise. Since the moment we met him, Harry has used his own sense of humour as his key survival mechanism.