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write that this discrepancy may be because the general interracial marriage opinion questions used in surveys are too broad for understanding how people actually feel about marrying outside one’s race.Digging further into the data, they find that only 42 percent of Blacks and 13 percent of Whites strongly favor their close relative marrying someone of the opposite race.
*/ var click Promo Link = function(should Show Popover) ; /* ELIGIBLE PROMOTION CHECKS check For Promos And Render This is a series of 2 nested ajax calls.Sophomores Jillissa Drayton and Adam Sosnicki expressed that friends and outsiders have lauded their relationship.Jillissa said, “I think people get excited to see a progressive, mixed race couple. There are, of course, those few friends that say something a little rude unintentionally every now and then.” On the other hand, Adam felt the pressures from his family regarding his choice of partner, and said, “I’ve gotten criticized by my family, especially since they’re very traditional Europeans, who, not to paint them in a bad light, aren’t the most tolerant people. Rodriguez tied the knot, her parents were very accepting of their decision. Yan strayed from her parents’ preferences when it came to her dating life, 71% of polled students said they would date someone of a different ethnic background even without their parents’ consent.By contrast, there has been little change in the public’s perception of the extent of racial discrimination and how it should be dealt with.And whites and blacks continue to be divided on these questions.
In 2000, 24 percent of Blacks and 11 percent of Whites said they strongly favor their close relative marrying someone of the opposite race.