The state of Chinese Americans survey
Benji Hyer

Nearly three out of four Chinese Americans say they've experienced racial discrimination in the past 12 months, according to new research. 

Results from a nationwide survey of thousands of people, conducted by Columbia University and the non-partisan group "Committee of 100," show how almost half of Chinese Americans – one of the fastest growing population groups in the United States – reported being treated with "less respect than others." 

More than a quarter said they experienced "bias or hate incidents such as being physically intimidated or assaulted."

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