We surveyed adults who identified as members of six groups often underrepresented in public opinion research: blacks, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans, women and LGBTQ adults.
Meanwhile, 1 in 4 Asian Americans say they have been discriminated against when trying to obtain housing.
And a majority of LGBTQ adults say they or LGBTQ friends or family members have been threatened or harassed.
There are similar divisions in beliefs about whether discrimination exists against women and LGBTQ adults.
The path forwardOur findings show that, despite divided public perceptions to the contrary, reported discrimination against blacks, Latinos, Asian Americans, Native Americans, women and LGBTQ adults is prevalent in the United States today.