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A note about the Asian sample This survey includes a total sample size of 278 Asian Americans.
About a quarter (26%) of Asian Americans and 20% of Black Americans say they feared someone might threaten or physically attack them, more than the shares of white and Hispanic Americans.
Black adults younger than 50 are more likely than older Black adults to say they have had each of these experiences.
In particular, younger Black adults say they received this support (55% vs. 44% among those ages 50 and older).
Three-in-ten or more U.S. adults say racist views about Asian and Black Americans are more common than before the pandemicA majority of Asian Americans (58%) and 45% of Black Americans say that it is more common for people to express racist views toward their group since the coronavirus outbreak.