Racial Climate Survey Statistics at Survelum Public Data Bank

Data collected: 127 survey responses
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Demographics

What is your gender?

FemaleData Graph (21; 17%)What is your gender? - Stats Chart
MaleData Graph (52; 41%)
OtherData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (52; 41%)

What is your age?

18-21Data Graph (47; 37%)What is your age? - Stats Chart
22-25Data Graph (16; 13%)
26-29Data Graph (7; 6%)
30-33Data Graph (4; 3%)
34-37Data Graph (1; 1%)
38-40Data Graph (0; 0%)
41-44Data Graph (0; 0%)
45-48Data Graph (0; 0%)
49-52Data Graph (0; 0%)
53-56Data Graph (1; 1%)
57-60Data Graph (0; 0%)
61-63Data Graph (0; 0%)
64 or aboveData Graph (0; 0%)
Not CheckedData Graph (51; 40%)

How do you define your self racially?

African-AmericanData Graph (4; 3%)How do you define your self racially? - Stats Chart
Asian/Pacific IslanderData Graph (6; 5%)
CaucasianData Graph (50; 39%)
Hispanic/Latin AmericanData Graph (6; 5%)
Not Listed/Don't DefineData Graph (10; 8%)
Not CheckedData Graph (51; 40%)

If you selected "Not Listed/Don't Define", please explain.

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What is you religious/theological affiliation?

AgnosticismData Graph (15; 12%)What is you religious/theological affiliation? - Stats Chart
AtheismData Graph (16; 13%)
CatholicismData Graph (10; 8%)
JudaismData Graph (9; 7%)
IslamData Graph (1; 1%)
ProtestantismData Graph (13; 10%)
Not Listed/No AffiliationData Graph (13; 10%)
Not CheckedData Graph (51; 40%)

If you selected "Not Listed/No Affiliation", please explain.

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What is the highest level of education have you achieved?

High School DegreeData Graph (27; 21%)What is the highest level of education have you achieved? - Stats Chart
Associate's DegreeData Graph (5; 4%)
Bachelor's DegreeData Graph (5; 4%)
Bachelor's Degree in progressData Graph (29; 23%)
Master's DegreeData Graph (4; 3%)
Master's Degree in progressData Graph (3; 2%)
DoctorateData Graph (1; 1%)
Doctorate in progressData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (51; 40%)

Of what financial group do you consider yourself?

Lower ClassData Graph (5; 4%)Of what financial group do you consider yourself? - Stats Chart
Lower-Middle ClassData Graph (24; 19%)
Middle ClassData Graph (24; 19%)
Upper-Middle ClassData Graph (16; 13%)
Upper ClassData Graph (5; 4%)
Not CheckedData Graph (53; 42%)

How would you describe the town you grew up in?

RuralData Graph (19; 15%)How would you describe the town you grew up in? - Stats Chart
SuburbanData Graph (39; 31%)
UrbanData Graph (16; 13%)
Not CheckedData Graph (53; 42%)

Section 2

Race is based on biology.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (13; 10%)Race is based on biology. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (11; 9%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (19; 15%)
AgreeData Graph (16; 13%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (12; 9%)
Not CheckedData Graph (56; 44%)

Racism is a problem in the United States.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (1; 1%)Racism is a problem in the United States. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (2; 2%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (26; 20%)
AgreeData Graph (21; 17%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (21; 17%)
Not CheckedData Graph (56; 44%)

Everyone is prejudice in some way.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (4; 3%)Everyone is prejudice in some way. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (3; 2%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (18; 14%)
AgreeData Graph (22; 17%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (23; 18%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

Everyone is racist in some way.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (9; 7%)Everyone is racist in some way. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (9; 7%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (19; 15%)
AgreeData Graph (23; 18%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (10; 8%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

There are people in the United States that are discriminated against because of race.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (1; 1%)There are people in the United States that are discriminated against because of race. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (0; 0%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (7; 6%)
AgreeData Graph (23; 18%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (39; 31%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

People of all races are born with equal opportunities.

Strongly DisagreeData Graph (17; 13%)People of all races are born with equal opportunities. - Stats Chart
DisagreeData Graph (30; 24%)
Agree SomewhatData Graph (12; 9%)
AgreeData Graph (5; 4%)
Strongly AgreeData Graph (6; 5%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

Are you "race-blind" or "color-blind"?

YesData Graph (22; 17%)Are you "race-blind" or "color-blind"? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (48; 38%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

Have you experienced racism in your local community?

YesData Graph (56; 44%)Have you experienced racism in your local community? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (14; 11%)
Not CheckedData Graph (57; 45%)

If you answered yes to question 8, was it directed:

Towards yourselfData Graph (31; 24%)If you answered yes to question 8, was it directed: - Stats Chart
Towards othersData Graph (49; 39%)
Not CheckedData Graph (56; 44%)

Section 3

Do you believe African-Americans are treated differently because of their race?

YesData Graph (59; 46%)Do you believe African-Americans are treated differently because of their race? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (8; 6%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Do you believe Latin-Americans are treated differently because of their race?

YesData Graph (59; 46%)Do you believe Latin-Americans are treated differently because of their race? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (8; 6%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Do you believe Asian-Americans are treated differently because of their race?

YesData Graph (57; 45%)Do you believe Asian-Americans are treated differently because of their race? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (10; 8%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Do you believe Caucasians are treated differently because of their race?

YesData Graph (59; 46%)Do you believe Caucasians are treated differently because of their race? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (8; 6%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Are African-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States?

YesData Graph (40; 31%)Are African-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (27; 21%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for African-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Caucasian-Americans?

YesData Graph (35; 28%)Is it harder for African-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to C - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (30; 24%)
No - EasierData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Are Latin-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States?

YesData Graph (45; 35%)Are Latin-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (22; 17%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for Latin-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Caucasian-Americans?

YesData Graph (40; 31%)Is it harder for Latin-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Cau - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (25; 20%)
No - EasierData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for Latin-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to African-Americans?

YesData Graph (21; 17%)Is it harder for Latin-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Afr - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (34; 27%)
No - EasierData Graph (12; 9%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Are Asian-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States?

YesData Graph (27; 21%)Are Asian-Americans at a social disadvantage in the United States? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (40; 31%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Caucasian-Americans?

YesData Graph (20; 16%)Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Cau - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (37; 29%)
No - EasierData Graph (10; 8%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to African-Americans?

YesData Graph (8; 6%)Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Afr - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (29; 23%)
No - EasierData Graph (30; 24%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Latin-Americans?

YesData Graph (8; 6%)Is it harder for Asian-Americans to have economic success in the United States, when compared to Lat - Stats Chart
No - Equally difficultData Graph (26; 20%)
No - EasierData Graph (33; 26%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Do Caucasians have a social advantage over non-white minorities in the United States?

YesData Graph (51; 40%)Do Caucasians have a social advantage over non-white minorities in the United States? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (16; 13%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Do Caucasians have an economic advantage over non-white minorities in the United States?

YesData Graph (46; 36%)Do Caucasians have an economic advantage over non-white minorities in the United States? - Stats Chart
No AdvantageData Graph (18; 14%)
No - DisadvantagedData Graph (3; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (60; 47%)

Section 4

Over the past 50 years, racism has become:

SolvedData Graph (0; 0%)Over the past 50 years, racism has become: - Stats Chart
Less of a problemData Graph (42; 33%)
An equally existent problemData Graph (20; 16%)
More of a ProblemData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

Over the past 20 years?

SolvedData Graph (0; 0%)Over the past 20 years? - Stats Chart
Less of a problemData Graph (39; 31%)
An equally existent problemData Graph (23; 18%)
More of a problemData Graph (2; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

Is it important for racism to be addressed?

YesData Graph (58; 46%)Is it important for racism to be addressed? - Stats Chart
NoData Graph (6; 5%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

If you answered yes, who should address it?

African-AmericansData Graph (50; 39%)If you answered yes, who should address it? - Stats Chart
Asian-AmericansData Graph (43; 34%)
Caucasian-AmericansData Graph (54; 43%)
Latin-AmericansData Graph (49; 39%)
It's not a problemData Graph (3; 2%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

How much does racism/prejudice affect your daily life?

Not at allData Graph (26; 20%)How much does racism/prejudice affect your daily life?
 - Stats Chart
A littleData Graph (25; 20%)
SomewhatData Graph (9; 7%)
A lotData Graph (3; 2%)
GreatlyData Graph (1; 1%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

If you think racism exists as an issue, do you believe it is getting:

WorseData Graph (7; 6%)If you think racism exists as an issue, do you believe it is getting: - Stats Chart
Not ChangingData Graph (25; 20%)
BetterData Graph (31; 24%)
Not an issueData Graph (1; 1%)
Not CheckedData Graph (63; 50%)

Race is:

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