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  1. Standard member DrKF
    incipit parodia
    03 Oct '10 22:56
    More surveys and graphs to digest (or to dismiss, meta-analyse, etc. - you know what you're like )

    A diversity survey has asked people in a decent range of countries how they would feel about living next door to a range of person-types (drug addicts and people of another religion, unmarried couples living together and heavy drinkers, etc.) Handily turned in to a compare and contrast graph here:

    Original source data (on this and much more) here:
  2. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    We got it on lock
    03 Oct '10 23:08
    Hong Cong must be an interesting place.
  3. 04 Oct '10 00:39
    zb fbf:

    W: 68%
    A: 13%
    H: 13%
    B: 3%
    M: 4%
  4. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    04 Oct '10 12:47
    I'm not sure how meaningful these surveys are, especially in cross country comparisons. Self-reported racism sounds like something that can vary a lot from "true" racism because some respondents may prefer to hide or even be in a state of denial (Sweden is a clear example).

    Ideally, we would need some sort of indirect evidence.