Survey of Americans on Race

This Kaiser Family Foundation/CNN survey on race in America provides insights into the public’s views of complicated issues surrounding race, including the experience of racism and discrimination in the daily lives of Black and Hispanic Americans, institutional discrimination and individual bias, and the role of both government and individuals in creating a path forward. As the nation grapples with these issues, it is an important time to hear the voices and perspectives of Americans across the country to better understand how the general public and those of different racial and ethnic backgrounds feel about the issue.

News Release

Report: Survey of Americans on Race

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