Most Democrats believe US minorities face prejudice while GOP voters think it's a white person's problem, according to the Journal
Americans are divided along partisan lines over which population groups in the United States face discrimination, according to a Wall Street Journal poll published on Saturday. While most Democrats point out that prejudice is the problem of US minorities, Republicans tend to believe that it is the issue white people have to cope with.
According to the survey, some 59% of GOP voters believe that white Americans face discrimination or prejudice, compared to only 21% of Democrats who agree with this point. Meanwhile, 88% Democrats stated that Black people face biased attitudes, compared with 49% of Republicans who said so.
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