Blacks and whites see racism in the United States very, very differently

How you see race in the United States can depend a lot on your own background. …

An avalanche of polling over the last three years, much of it prompted by police killings of African-Americans that grabbed headlines in 2014 and 2015, show how people of different racial backgrounds have wildly different American experiences. Public opinion polling paints a stark picture of wide disparities between African-Americans and other minorities compared to whites. Black Americans perceive — and experience — racial discrimination more than white Americans.

Here’s a look at what the data shows. CONT.

Ryan Struyk, CNN