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How serious a problem do you think that prejudice against minority groups is in the United States today; a very serious problem, a somewhat serious problem, a not so serious problem, or not a problem at all? (Source: Quinnipiac University Poll, Jan, 2018)


48%
Very serious

33%
Somewhat serious

11%
Not so serious

6%
Not at all

2%
Don't know/No answer

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Methodology: Conducted by Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, January 19 - January 23, 2018 and based on 1,245 telephone interviews. Sample: National registered voters. The interviews included landline and cell phones. [USQUINN.012418.R20] (View Citation)

Topics: BLACKS HISPANICS MINORITIES GROUPS EQUALITY PROBLEMS





Who is responsible for fixing racism: white people or black people? (Source: Third Rail with OZY/Marist Poll, Sep, 2017)


22%
White people

7%
Black people

60%
Both (Vol.)

7%
Neither (Vol.)

4%
Unsure

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Survey by OZY Media, WGBH. Methodology: Conducted by Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, September 11 - September 13, 2017 and based on 1,224 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult. Interviews were conducted by landline and cell phones. [USMARIST.091517TR.R01] (View Citation)

Topics: BLACKS EQUALITY GROUPS





Do you feel the opportunity for equal justice under the law is equal for...Hispanics and whites? (Source: Taking America's Pulse II Survey, Jan, 2000)


Dataset is available using RoperExpress VIEW DATASET ABSTRACT


Survey by National Conference for Community and Justice. Methodology: Conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, January 20 - March 19, 2000 and based on 2,584 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult with oversamples (see note). This was funded by the Bank of America. The sample included a oversamples of blacks, Hispanics, and Asians. Results are weighted to be representative of a national adult population. [USPSRA.00NCCJ.R09B] (View Citation)

Topics: GROUPS EQUALITY COURTS HISPANICS

Dataset: USPSRA2000-NCCJ

Variable: Q9B







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