A new Pew survey has some fascinating findings about how different demographic groups perceive who is and is not discriminated against in society. This is particularly true of white evangelical Christians, who think their own group is the second most likely to face discrimination (53% acknowledge anti-gay discrimination, 50% think white evangelicals face discrimination; no other group reaches 50%, including blacks at 36%).
The other fascinating thing about the survey is that the religiously unaffiliated appear to be more willing to acknowledge discrimination against other groups rather than themselves (or against atheists, at least, which is admittedly not the same as unaffiliated). The only two groups they don’t think face more discrimination than atheists are white evangelicals and Catholics. Here’s a chart showing the full results: