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I had asked a friend who lived in Chicago if we could crash with his family. This friend was Mexican-American and came from a middle-class family.
Across the table from me was a South Korean guy who had watched videos of me eating KFC during his time serving for his home country's national military.
He had told me that watching my videos made him happy and miss America.
The share saying this trend is a bad thing for society is down slightly over the same period, from 13% to 9%.
And the share saying it doesn’t make much of a difference for society is also down, from 61% to 52%.
I recall much argument that night among us four travelers about what my friend should have done or what each of us would have done, but I never blamed him.
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Most of this change occurred between 20; opinions have remained essentially the same since then.
Attitudes about interracial marriage vary widely by age.
At the same time, the share saying they would oppose a close relative marrying someone of a different race has fallen dramatically.
A new Pew Research Center survey finds that roughly four-in-ten adults (39%) now say that more people of different races marrying each other is good for society – up significantly from 24% in 2010.
By Gretchen Livingston and Anna Brown As intermarriage grows more prevalent in the United States, the public has become more accepting of it.