Similar shares of whites (55%), blacks (59%) and Hispanics (60%) say racial and ethnic diversity is very good for the country.
Among Democrats, whites are more likely than blacks to say diversity is very good for the country (76% vs. 61%); 67% of Hispanic Democrats say the same.
There are also partisan differences on this question, with Republicans more likely than Democrats to say the country’s racial and ethnic diversity poses challenges for policymakers (56% vs. 42%).
Among white Republicans in the least diverse neighborhoods, 80% are satisfied with the amount of racial diversity in their community.
About one in-ten whites, blacks and Hispanics say they interact with Asians a lot in their daily life.