Attitudes toward Diversity in 11 Emerging Economies

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Posted Jul 01, 2020 | Pew Research Center

Results of a Pew Research Center survey conducted in late 2018 in 11 emerging economies show that, before the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries were grappling with the challenges of changing demography and diversity in their countries, both due to immigration, and because of religious and ethnic cleavages. Across the countries surveyed, a median of 42 percent said their countries were better off thanks to the growing number of people of different races, ethnic groups and nationalities, while 22 percent said that their country was worse off. A median of 30 percent said that these changes make no difference. Generally, more contact with other racial, ethnic and religious groups in a given society is correlated to more positive opinions of them.


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