Are Americans looking for racism in the wrong places?

Posted by: Muttl200

Are Americans calling situations racist when race is not the issue?

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Yes, Americans are looking for racism when there is none to be found.

In the majority of situations Americans just look for racism when there is none to be found.
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No, many Americans are looking for racism because it is the main problem in many situations.

In the majority of situations Americans find racism.
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I'd say that half of Americans see racism in the situation, while the other half do not see it.

It's half and half.
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PetersSmith says2015-02-06T11:08:05.9386237-06:00
Biased poll. You're saying that racism is the main problem in the majority of situations in America, which some may believe is simply not true.
Muttl200 says2015-02-06T11:14:47.7034546-06:00
I'm asking if Americans are looking for racism in the wrong places. Meaning it is not always there, but they still search for it. I do not even believe that racism is the majority of the problems in America. I still do not see how my question is racist. Unless there is some bad wording that I did not notice.
Muttl200 says2015-02-06T11:16:39.7253277-06:00
I still do not see how my question is biased*
superdave01 says2015-02-06T13:36:29.7195067-06:00
All men are equal no matter what race they are
briantheliberal says2015-02-06T15:05:13.5539233-06:00
Superdave01, but not everyone thinks that way.

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