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I recently came across a tweet from Sony Kapoor which had some interesting data on attitudes to interracial marriage across a range of countries. Surprised by some of the results, I went digging and found the full poll document, which I have provided below. The full results of the poll, to say the least, really challenged some of my preconceived notions of which countries are racially tolerant and which are not. The poll sampled around 1,000 people from each country, which is not a huge sample size, but still the findings are very interesting.
However, in a change of pace, instead of giving my thoughts on what I found surprising/disappointing, I thought I would turn this over to you, dear reader, and see what you thought. What surprised you? What confirmed what you already thought? Leave a comment
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