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Sharp rise in the share of Americans saying Jews face discrimination

Race discrimination Religious discrimination Public opinion United States of America

This research reports on a survey of public perceptions of racial, ethnic and religious discrimination in the United States. The survey finds majorities continue to say there is a lot or some discrimination against Muslims, blacks, Hispanics, gays and lesbians, and women. Muslims, in particular, are seen as facing more discrimination than other groups in society; 82% say Muslims face some discrimination, with 56% saying they encounter a lot of discrimination – highest among nine groups included in the survey.

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