The anti racist charity hope don’t hate investigated about 1000 British adults from July 3 to 10 after the death of black American George Floyd by the US police and sparking anti racist protests and demonstrations in many countries. Two thirds of black and ethnic minorities in Britain believe that police are biased against them, according to the results of the survey released on the 20th local time. Three quarters of blacks, 71% of Bangladeshis and 53% of Indians said they were treated more harshly in court.
the survey also novel coronavirus pneumonia during the personal experience, 57% of respondents think the government is not doing enough to protect minorities. The survey concluded that novel coronavirus pneumonia should not wait for the second wave of the outbreak. According to a report released recently by the British government, the risk of death of black, Asian and other ethnic minorities in England is generally higher than that of white people, and the risk of death of Bangladeshis is almost twice that of white people. (chief station reporter Kang Xindong)