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Proportion of participants who reported having experienced discrimination or having been treated unfairly by others during the pandemic, groups designated as visible minorities, August 2020

Not a visible minority Korean Chinese Multiple visible minorities Black Southeast Asian Filipino Arab Latin American South Asian Japanese West Asian 0 20 40 60 80 % All participantsAll participants MenMen WomenWomen
Note(s):
Results cannot be generalized to the overall Canadian population and rather provide a picture of the experiences of crowdsource participants.
Source(s):
Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Experiences of discrimination (5323).

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This is a bar clustered chart.

Proportion of participants who reported having experienced discrimination or having been treated unfairly by others during the pandemic, groups designated as visible minorities, August 2020, %
  All participants Men Women
Not a visible minority 22.4 18.0 25.5
Korean 64.4 64.2 63.2
Chinese 59.6 58.5 61.2
Multiple visible minorities 59.3 54.7 67.2
Black 54.6 51.2 57.9
Southeast Asian 52.7 54.5 50.9
Filipino 46.6 47.2 45.9
Arab 39.1 37.4 39.9
Latin American 39.1 39.3 37.7
South Asian 38.9 37.9 39.3
Japanese 34.1 29.9 39.6
West Asian 30.5 33.1 26.9
Note(s):
Results cannot be generalized to the overall Canadian population and rather provide a picture of the experiences of crowdsource participants.
Source(s):
Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Experiences of discrimination (5323).
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