GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Prejudice Statistics: Market Report & Data

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"73% of Americans believe that race relations are generally bad."

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"Over 40% of LGBTQ+ adults in the U.S. have faced employment discrimination due to their sexual orientation or gender identity."

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"20.8% of hate crimes committed in the UK from 2018 to 2019 were based on prejudice against sexual orientation."

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"Prejudice against Muslim people has risen by 375% in the UK since 2006."

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"Almost 40% of U.S. adults see bias against women as a serious problem."

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"58% of Europeans believe prejudice against Romani people is widespread in their country."

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"Nearly half (45%) of Americans aged 18-34 believe prejudice against Muslims is increasing."

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"Over 70% of Chinese immigrants in Canada experienced prejudice due to race or skin color."

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"Prejudice based on skin color affects 92% of Indigenous Australians."

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"Approximately 82% of adults in Germany believe anti-Semitism is growing in their country."

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"About 25% of cyber hate activity globally is driven by prejudice against race or ethnicity."

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"38% of Americans say white people benefit a great deal from advantages in society."

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"Nearly 30% of U.S. transgender adults have been refused healthcare due to prejudice."

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"1 in 4 students (25%) report being bullied due to race or ethnicity."

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"60% of Black adults feel their race has made it harder for them to succeed in life."

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"51% of Hispanics think discrimination is a significant problem."

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"Disabled people are four times more likely to experience violence."

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"34% of people experience age discrimination in the workplace."

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"Nearly a quarter (24%) of U.S. adults think prejudice against people with overweight and obesity is acceptable."

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