Opinium, Crouch, J. and Minhas, P. (2017) Multicultural Britain in the 21st Century

Country

United Kingdom United Kingdom

Title

Opinium, Crouch, J. and Minhas, P. (2017) Multicultural Britain in the 21st Century

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Year

2017

Type of publication

Report

Geographical coverage

National

Area/location of interest

Not applicable - national level

Type of Institution

Civil society organisation

Institution

Opinium, Crouch, J. and Minhas, P.

Main Thematic Focus

Integration & inclusion

Target Population

Migrants Ethnic minorities

Key findings

The report finds that after the EU referendum the percentage of British ethnic minorities that believe the UK is a less racist place than it was before fell from 46% to 38%. Furthermore 52% of ethnic minorities and 62% of second generation minorities believe that the UK is less tolerant following the EU referendum. The percentage of ethnic minorities that had experienced some making a racist comment in jest or a comment with racist undertones has risen to 41%. A similar rise was found in the percentage of ethnic minorities that had witnessed racism on social media on a daily basis with 37% stating they had seen such comments.

Methodology (Qualitative/Quantitative and exact type used, questionnaires etc)

Unknown

Sample details and representativeness

Unknown

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