One in four Scots ‘admit to racist attitudes’

The NatCen British Social Attitudes survey has shown that racial prejudice has increased in the last decade and is being fuelled by concerns over immigration and the continued impact of the 9/11 attacks in New York.

The report showed that almost a third, or 30 per cent, of Britons described themselves as either “very” or “a little” prejudiced against people of other races in the survey for 2013.

But Scotland had the second lowest number of people admitting to be prejudiced with 25 per cent, reports The Scotsman

 

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