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November 11, 2005
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Jews are likelier to agree with black and Hispanics than with whites when it comes to race, a survey found. Conducted in September and October by the Global Strategy Group for the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, the survey found that Jews and Hispanics are likelier than whites to see immigration as a positive; and that Jews join Hispanics and blacks in believing that ethnic groups do not mix enough, and that race relations are poor.

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