In The Atlantic: Unspoken Racial Tensions in the U.S.

Robert P. Jones’s latest article for The Atlantic is now posted on the publication’s home page. In the piece, “The Racial Tensions Lurking Under the Surface of American Society,” Dr. Jones shares how “social desirability bias” affects polling results when Americans are asked about sensitive issues like race. Jones unveils the strategies the PRRI research team employed in the field to deactivate this bias, yielding results that show the anxieties white Americans feel toward the changing racial composition of the country.

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