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Those of you who can't grow an afro probably had never even thought about it. hmmm.
I am aware of the possibility of encountering interpretations of my IAT test performance with which I may not agree. Knowing this, I wish to proceed
the proportion of people who, asked about their opinion of themselves, admit to being a little or very prejudiced jumped from 26% in 2012 to 30% last year.
In 1983, 49% of people said that they would mind a lot if a close relative were to marry a black person. When British Future, a think-tank, asked a similar question in 2012, the figure had fallen to just 15%. According to Robert Ford, an academic at the University of Manchester: In the 1980s, people said they werent racist but didnt want black in-laws. Now its the opposite.