2006/12/12/Most Americans see lingering racism in others

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And experts say racism has evolved from the days of Jim Crow to the point that people may not even recognize it in themselves. [...]

A poll conducted last week by Opinion Research Corp. for CNN indicates that whites and blacks disagree on how serious a problem racial bias is in the United States.

Almost half of black respondents -- 49 percent -- said racism is a "very serious" problem, while 18 percent of whites shared that view. Forty-eight percent of whites and 35 percent of blacks chose the description "somewhat serious."


Page typeLink +
SiteCNN +
Summary"Most Americans, white and black, see [[ra
"Most Americans, white and black, see racism as a lingering problem in the United States, and many say they know people who are racist, according to a new poll. [..] But few Americans of either race -- about one out of eight -- consider themselves racist."
t of eight -- consider themselves racist." +
Thing typeArticle +
TitlePoll: Most Americans see lingering racism -- in others +
Title/shortMost Americans see lingering racism in others +
TopicRacism +, Bias + and Polls +
When postedDecember 12, 2006 +
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http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/12/12/racism.poll/index.html +