Interesting, a new poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public health came up with some interesting findings.

Apparently 55% of white people who were polled believe that:

discrimination against white people exists in the U.S. today.

They do note that of the white Americans they surveyed

  • 19% said they've "been personally discriminated against" because of their race when applying for jobs
  • 11% said it occurred when applying to or while at college.
  • 13% of whites said they experienced discrimination when being considered for equal pay or promotion at work.

It does certainly seem like in today’s environment that white people are the favorite target of politicians on the left, pundits, Hollywood, media and many of the population of a certain ideology that do appear to discriminate against white people, would you agree.

In fact the most racist or bigoted term used on the internet today is “cracker”.  By the way they are not using that term when referring to white people eating soup or chili.

Have you, as a white person, ever experienced discrimination?

The poll, which sampled 3,453 adults, 902 of whom were white, was conducted Jan. 26-April 9, 2017.

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