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Old 10-28-2012, 12:23 AM   #1
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AP POLL: MAJORITY HARBOR PREJUDICE AGAINST BLACKS
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Racial attitudes have not improved in the four years since the United States elected its first black president, an Associated Press poll finds, as a slight majority of Americans now express prejudice toward blacks whether they recognize those feelings or not.

Those views could cost President Barack Obama votes as he tries for re-election, the survey found, though the effects are mitigated by some people's more favorable views of blacks.

Racial prejudice has increased slightly since 2008 whether those feelings were measured using questions that explicitly asked respondents about racist attitudes, or through an experimental test that measured implicit views toward race without asking questions about that topic directly.

In all, 51 percent of Americans now express explicit anti-black attitudes, compared with 48 percent in a similar 2008 survey. When measured by an implicit racial attitudes test, the number of Americans with anti-black sentiments jumped to 56 percent, up from 49 percent during the last presidential election. In both tests, the share of Americans expressing pro-black attitudes fell.

"As much as we'd hope the impact of race would decline over time ... it appears the impact of anti-black sentiment on voting is about the same as it was four years ago," said Jon Krosnick, a Stanford University professor who worked with AP to develop the survey.

Most Americans expressed anti-Hispanic sentiments, too. In an AP survey done in 2011, 52 percent of non-Hispanic whites expressed anti-Hispanic attitudes. That figure rose to 57 percent in the implicit test. The survey on Hispanics had no past data for comparison.

The AP surveys were conducted with researchers from Stanford University, the University of Michigan and NORC at the University of Chicago.

Experts on race said they were not surprised by the findings.

"We have this false idea that there is uniformity in progress and that things change in one big step. That is not the way history has worked," said Jelani Cobb, professor of history and director of the Institute for African-American Studies at the University of Connecticut. "When we've seen progress, we've also seen backlash."

Obama has tread cautiously on the subject of race, but many African-Americans have talked openly about perceived antagonism toward them since Obama took office. As evidence, they point to events involving police brutality or cite bumper stickers, cartoons and protest posters that mock the president as a lion or a monkey, or lynch him in effigy.

"Part of it is growing polarization within American society," said Fredrick Harris, director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University. "The last Democrat in the White House said we had to have a national discussion about race. There's been total silence around issues of race with this president. But, as you see, whether there is silence, or an elevation of the discussion of race, you still have polarization. It will take more generations, I suspect, before we eliminate these deep feelings."

Overall, the survey found that by virtue of racial prejudice, Obama could lose 5 percentage points off his share of the popular vote in his Nov. 6 contest against Republican challenger Mitt Romney. But Obama also stands to benefit from a 3 percentage point gain due to pro-black sentiment, researchers said. Overall, that means an estimated net loss of 2 percentage points due to anti-black attitudes.

The poll finds that racial prejudice is not limited to one group of partisans. Although Republicans were more likely than Democrats to express racial prejudice in the questions measuring explicit racism (79 percent among Republicans compared with 32 percent among Democrats), the implicit test found little difference between the two parties. That test showed a majority of both Democrats and Republicans held anti-black feelings (55 percent of Democrats and 64 percent of Republicans), as did about half of political independents (49 percent).

Obama faced a similar situation in 2008, the survey then found.

The AP developed the surveys to measure sensitive racial views in several ways and repeated those studies several times between 2008 and 2012.

The explicit racism measures asked respondents whether they agreed or disagreed with a series of statements about black and Hispanic people. In addition, the surveys asked how well respondents thought certain words, such as "friendly," "hardworking," "violent" and "lazy," described blacks, whites and Hispanics.

The same respondents were also administered a survey designed to measure implicit racism, in which a photo of a black, Hispanic or white male flashed on the screen before a neutral image of a Chinese character. The respondents were then asked to rate their feelings toward the Chinese character. Previous research has shown that people transfer their feelings about the photo onto the character, allowing researchers to measure racist feelings even if a respondent does not acknowledge them.

Results from those questions were analyzed with poll takers' ages, partisan beliefs, views on Obama and Romney and other factors, which allowed researchers to predict the likelihood that people would vote for either Obama or Romney. Those models were then used to estimate the net impact of each factor on the candidates' support.

All the surveys were conducted online. Other research has shown that poll takers are more likely to share unpopular attitudes when they are filling out a survey using a computer rather than speaking with an interviewer. Respondents were randomly selected from a nationally representative panel maintained by GfK Custom Research.

Overall results from each survey have a margin of sampling error of approximately plus or minus 4 percentage points. The most recent poll, measuring anti-black views, was conducted Aug. 30 to Sept. 11.

Andra Gillespie, an Emory University political scientist who studies race-neutrality among black politicians, contrasted the situation to that faced by the first black mayors elected in major U.S. cities, the closest parallel to Obama's first-black situation. Those mayors, she said, typically won about 20 percent of the white vote in their first races, but when seeking reelection they enjoyed greater white support presumably because "the whites who stayed in the cities ... became more comfortable with a black executive."

"President Obama's election clearly didn't change those who appear to be sort of hard-wired folks with racial resentment," she said.

Negative racial attitudes can manifest in policy, noted Alan Jenkins, an assistant solicitor general during the Clinton administration and now executive director of the Opportunity Agenda think tank.

"That has very real circumstances in the way people are treated by police, the way kids are treated by teachers, the way home seekers are treated by landlords and real estate agents," Jenkins said.

Hakeem Jeffries, a New York state assemblyman and candidate for a congressional seat being vacated by a fellow black Democrat, called it troubling that more progress on racial attitudes had not been made. Jeffries has fought a New York City police program of "stop and frisk" that has affected mostly blacks and Latinos but which supporters contend is not racially focused.

"I do remain cautiously optimistic that the future of America bends toward the side of increased racial tolerance," Jeffries said. "We've come a long way, but clearly these results demonstrate there's a long way to go."
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Default Re: Majority of Americans hold anti-black and anti-Hispanic sentiment.

I want to cry. Like, honestly. I want to ball up and cry. Because it's not fair. This is so horrible. The thought of people secretly judging you because of your skin is horrible.

And let's be honest. If you're light-skinned and affluent enough, if you can "pass" as white, you gain an advantage. If you're foreign, if your light-skinned black, less "stereotypical" in terms of features if you're Latino, you can make it in America. You can pass through life without dealing with such shit. Or if you're like Oprah and have tons of money and respect among rich whites. If you have esteem with powerful white folk, you can be shielded to a certain extent to racism.

I really should not be surprised. Because I look at how youngsters use the word N!gga constantly without any sort of awareness of the power of the word, that shows me how our young kids have become totally numb to racist. So it's no surprise adults, who grew up in times where racism was much more openly accepted socially, are racist too.
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Default Re: Majority of Americans hold anti-black and anti-Hispanic sentiment.

This isn't a Democrat vs Republican thing, either, as the numbers show, 55% of Democrats are also racist. Racist Democrats tend to almost pity black/Hispanic people and see black/Hispanic people as inferior. Racist Republicans tend to flat out believe minorities of all stripes are socially destructive and effectively subhuman. Hence nearly 80%, EIGHTY PERCENT of Republicans being openly racist. EIGHTY PERCENT.

We have a long way to go, boys and girls. And when Obama wins reelection, shit is going to hit the fan. We haven't even started with how bad things are going to get in America.
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You are honestly surprised that a nation whose majority still believes in a magical wizard who created everything in 7 days and a 6000 year old Earth harbors prejudice against people simply because they were born with different color skin?

Personally, I think racism is easily the most retarded concept ever invented by our society. If you hate someone, hate them for their actions, not for something they were born with. We are all people with the same genetic material and the same number of chromosomes. To suggest one race is inferior to another is pretty much redneck ignorance.
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Default Re: Majority of Americans hold anti-black and anti-Hispanic sentiment.

Asians like me are also discriminated. They aren't looked upon as inferior but viewed as inhuman, calculating machines with parents who would kill them if they got a B in school.

There are a lot of racist jokes circulating around youngsters these days. Most of them are not in bad heart, but they still need to know jokes like "Q: What is long and black? A: An unemployment line" are not okay.
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Asians like me are also discriminated. They aren't looked upon as inferior but viewed as inhuman, calculating machines with parents who would kill them if they got a B in school.

There are a lot of racist jokes circulating around youngsters these days. Most of them are not in bad heart, but they still need to know jokes like "Q: What is long and black? A: An unemployment line" are not okay.
I'm a South Asian that was born in the US and I have honestly never felt discriminated against. I do think black people have it the hardest.

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You are honestly surprised that a nation whose majority still believes in a magical wizard who created everything in 7 days and a 6000 year old Earth harbors prejudice against people simply because they were born with different color skin?

Personally, I think racism is easily the most retarded concept ever invented by our society. If you hate someone, hate them for their actions, not for something they were born with. We are all people with the same genetic material and the same number of chromosomes. To suggest one race is inferior to another is pretty much redneck ignorance.
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Well you can call my a sucker, a La La girl, Delirious, dreamy and unrealistic BUT i totally think that the world is moving to a better place, yes it doesnt seem like it and theres so much war, anger, hate and things to do, things like that takes time, a lot of time, Generations need to "clean" the deposits of old Generations.

the last Elections a white woman was v a half black men, a woman and a black men, that say a lot about america

Racists will always be in the world but i think its Quantity decreases from period to period.

take the Attitude to gays, less then 20 years ago when Ellen came out what i mess it was and all over the news and she was getting a lot of Bad publicity and with time people saw that shes just like all of us just doesnt like The fairer sex Aka men and then a few shows came out there was a show about gay men in canada (not sure it was canada sorry..)and a few movies and then that show with that woman from Flashdance and little by little things have change, now a lot of gay men and lesbian have a show or real Representation in those shows and Real relationships.

ppl are black, ppl are while, ppl are gay, ppl are lesbians, ppl are lation bla bla bla, its 2012, i dont care all of that just be a person


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Asians like me are also discriminated. They aren't looked upon as inferior but viewed as inhuman, calculating machines with parents who would kill them if they got a B in school.

There are a lot of racist jokes circulating around youngsters these days. Most of them are not in bad heart, but they still need to know jokes like "Q: What is long and black? A: An unemployment line" are not okay.
what??? whats the problem with Asians?? ppl think they are Cruel and inhuman?
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There are a lot of racist jokes circulating around youngsters these days. Most of them are not in bad heart, but they still need to know jokes like "Q: What is long and black? A: An unemployment line" are not okay.
Then why is it OK for you to tell it on a website?
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Am I the only one who didn't get the joke?
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I don't need any poll or studies to tell me this because the worse the economy, the more racism raise it's ugly head.
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