A recent survey by the Pew Research Center has determined that Blacks and Whites hold dramatically different views of race and inequality in America. Polling thousands of U.S. adults of Black and White ethnicity, Pew's researchers were surprised to find that the two groups were worlds apart on issues pertaining to race. This test will compare your views with the averages among White and Black Americans by asking you many of the same questions that Pew used in their research and squaring your answers with Pew's research findings.
All questions pertain to the USA. 'Blacks' denotes African-Americans. 'Whites' denotes non-Hispanic whites.
For each of the following items, indicate your level of agreement.
Question 1 of 34
Other ethnicities in America irrationally treat Blacks as if they are not smart because of their race.
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The CT-BWT7© is a relevant and modern index and instrument for measuring perceptions of inequality and race relations in America. Impartial reviewers have generally assessed the quality of the Pew Research Center's polling to be very high. The original dataset was published by Pew in 2016 under the heading "On Views of Race and Inequality, Blacks and Whites Are Worlds Apart." It is available on their webpage. In crafting this dataset, Pew polled more than 3000 U.S. adults, adhering to best practice standards at every step along the way. Basing our test on Pew's findings is thus assumed to yield high degrees of validity in pegging the respondent's answers to the stated opinions of the study's dataset. As the title indicates, contemporary research on views of race relations in America among Blacks and Whites indicate that the two ethnic groups are very far from each other in their perceptions of these issues.
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