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Attention to ethnic tensions in the U.S. typically focuses on whites vs. other groups. We get a different perspective from a New America Media poll that looked at how black, Hispanic and Asian Americans regard each other. It found relations among these groups distinctly uneasy.

One key question asked people in each cohort to say who they “feel more comfortable doing business with”—whites or each of the other two groups? Among black respondents, 47 percent picked whites, 6 percent Asians and 10 percent Hispanics, while 37 percent said they have no preference.

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