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Most U.S. adults feel what happens to their own racial or ethnic group affects them personally

Most U.S. adults feel what happens to their own racial or ethnic group affects them personally

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The FINANCIAL -- How much do people feel that what happens to members of their own racial or ethnic group affects what happens in their own lives? What about what happens to other groups? Known among researchers as “linked fate,” this sense of connectedness was originally used to explain persistent Democratic voting bloc patterns among black Americans. More recently it has been used to examine not only how closely connected black Americans feel toward one another, but also connectedness between and among other racial groups.…

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Most U.S. adults feel what happens to their own racial or ethnic group affects them personally

4 mins read

The FINANCIAL -- How much do people feel that what happens to members of their own racial or ethnic group affects what happens in their own lives? What about what happens to other groups? Known among researchers as “linked fate,” this sense of connectedness was originally used to explain persistent Democratic voting bloc patterns among black…