Actually, blacks experience less racism than whites, IRR survey finds
What's more, most black participants said they would rather have jobs than land reform
An opinion poll conducted by the Institute for Race Relations (IRR) suggests more white people have experienced personal racism than black people since 1994.
Contrary to the trends and narrative on political and social spaces, the organisation’s opinion poll found 54% of white people questioned said they experienced racism, while only 36% of black people said they experienced racism.
Marius Roodt, IRR’s head of campaigns said as shocking as the results may be, “racism is subjective”...