Monday, 11 March 2013

White Britons 'feel more out of touch with politics'

White Britons feel much more out of touch with politics than ethnic minorities, a report out today has found.

The Community Life Survey by the think-tank Demos showed ethnic minorities believe they are more capable of influencing decisions in their local area and national politics than white Britons.

Asked whether they felt they had a say in community issues, 51% of ethnic minority Britons said they had some influence, compared to just 37% of white people.

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