RACISM IN EUROPE
Many people in Central and Eastern Europe associate black faces with negative sentiments, according to Harvard University's Project Implicit, which measures racial bias.
Dark skin is associated with...
More positive thoughts* More negative thoughts
(Mean IAT score of white 350 participants**) 425
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NETHERLANDS BELARUS BELGIUM GERMANY POLAND FRANCE SWITZE HUNGARY BOSH ROMANIA SPAIN BULGARIA GREECE Note: No data for Kosovo
Countries with the most racial bias:
Czech Republic Lithuania Belarus Russia Ukraine
*Relatively more positive thoughts. No country had a score that reflected absolute posit vity towards dark skin.
**The implicit association test measures how people paired white and black faces with positive or negative words.
Note: The data is based on a total sample size of 288,076 white Europeans collected by Project Implicit between 2002 and 2015.
Source: Project Implicit by Harvard University RadioLiberty