Black and Asian Americans report increased discrimination during pandemic, survey says

Publisher USA Today
Author Jorge L. Ortiz
Summary A study by a nonpartisan Pew Research Center has shown that nearly 40% of Asians and Black Americans say they have had adverse experiences because of their race/ethnicity since the coronavirus outbreak. This corresponds to the increasing number of reports of harassment targeting Asian Americans in the country.
Excerpt Almost 40% of U.S. adults, and 58% of the respondents of Asian descent – said it’s more common for people to express racist views about Asians than before the outbreak of COVID-19.
Publish Date July 1, 2020
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