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UALR racial attitudes survey

The majority of African Americans and Hispanics in Pulaski County don’t think they are treated very well when compared to their White counterparts – according to UALR’s 8th annual study on racial attitudes.
LITTLE ROCK, AR – The majority of African Americans and Hispanics in Pulaski County don’t think they are treated very well when compared to their White counterparts – according to UALR’s 8th annual study on racial attitudes.

The phone survey also revealed that both blacks and Hispanics report having been victims of unfair treatment during the past 30 days.

Approximately 1/3rd of blacks, whites and Hispanics report that during the last year, they did not interact with friends of a different racial group outside of work.

Blacks consistently perceive more social conflict and greater degrees of social conflict than whites and Hispanics.

UALR funded the racial attitudes survey. To see more of the findings, click this link.

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