Five Thirty Eight: How The Politics Of White Liberals And White Conservatives Are Shaped By Whiteness

Do you really need a study to tell you this?

Five Thirty Eight:

“For years, we have sought to understand how whiteness and perceived threats to it (in social science lingo, “social identity threats”) affect white Americans’ perceptions of their standing in society. Specifically, we have been interested in capturing white Americans’ sense of how their racial identity is viewed by others, especially in light of increased discussions where white Americans are seen as both the perpetrators of racial inequality and the beneficiaries of white privilege.

To do this, we asked white Americans in our research to list the characteristics, traits or behaviors that they think other people associate with white people. Participants came up with a variety of responses, including positive stereotypes like “hard working” and negative ones like “arrogant.”1 They then rated those characteristics, describing most of them as either extremely positive or extremely negative. But whether white Americans believed others thought of whiteness positively or negatively varied a lot by ideology — white liberals were more likely than white conservatives to list negative stereotypes. …”

The Democrats are explicitly anti-White now.

Woke progressivism is the new governing ideology of the Democratic Party.

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Author: Hunter Wallace

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