Holte End Posted September 22, 2020 Share Posted September 22, 2020 49 minutes ago, Josem said: I think they did a really weird job of communicating the report, so much so that they accidentally buried the most surprising and interesting result: that self-identified Black, Asian, etc., respondents on the Isle of Man broadly identified racism as less of a problem than the white respondents did. 82% of all respondents thought that "a little, some, or a great deal of racism exists" on IOM. Only 60% of "Black, Asian, etc." did. 32% of all respondents thought "our island has already made the changes to give all racial and ethnic groups equal rights" but 50% of Black, Asian, etc., respondents thought that. (For what it's worth, this data is perfectly in line with my anecdotal experience - various local/Manx/white people telling me that the island is terribly racist, and me & migrant friends strongly disagreeing and thinking that the IOM is an incredibly welcoming and loving place to people.) I really don't think that a Australian should comment about racial harmony. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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