43% of Asians polled say blacks are responsible for anti-Asian hate, but only 34% blame Congress Democrats

  • Now this is messed up but it's just another example of how those in power use divide and conquer techniques. First of all, entire races can't be held responsible for shit individuals do. Whether they be white or black. Most people are just living their lives and struggling like everyone else. What's incredulous is how blacks were voted more responsible than the damn politicians responsible for safety of the citizens, in this case Congress Democrats. It's these politicians who created the environment for violent offenders to prey on Asians because see them as easy targets. Skyrocketing overall crime and attacks on Asians are correlated to this "go easy on criminals" policies of Democrats and leftists. They should share a lot of the responsibility.


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  • Personally I feel that the Poll, its Respondents, and by extension, your post lack some nuance to the situation. It is very easy to come at this from a one sided POV.


    Firstly, the poll seems to have a pretty terrible accuracy. Only 1,000 respondents, with no location given, and an error margin of +/- 3% is a pretty terrible poll.


    Secondly, putting Democrats below Republicans, personally, makes sense. Yes the score against Democrats is low, but also, Republicans have been in control of the Senate since 2015. However, since COVID, Democrats have tried to pass 3 Anti Racism Acts, 2 in 2020 (which were rejected by the Republican majority), and 1 in 2021, which has just passed its first round of votes in the Senate. I notice that the score on "The Government" is quite high, which suggests that people are choosing not to individually blame Democrats as much, because they are actually attempting to address the issue, but blame the Democrats alongside blaming the Republicans.


    These bills are the S. 4248, S.937, and the S.4533.


    I am not going to comment on the race side of the poll, people will blame the people they see committing these crimes. Most likely it is the case that people who voted White Americans have experienced Anti-Asian racism from White Americans, the same for Black Americans, and other Asian Americans.


    I do however, like how high the media is. Most Asian Americans have Chinese descent, and we live in a period where Chinese Asians are being vilified for Covid, the fact they come from China, and the fact they are a minority. All of this has been fuelled by the media.

  • Thanks for saying this.


    I also wonder what the source's intention behind this is. Is it to fuel even more racial tension than there already is? Is it to dehumanize Asians and "justify" anti-Asian racism? It's overall very sketchy.


    I'm an Asian American and how come none of my fellow Asian Americans mentioned anything about participating in this poll? How come I myself wasn't made aware of it? :/

  • Those so called "anti-asian hate" bills are just putting a band aid on the real problem, which is violent crime and those that perpetuate it. Is it any surprise that most of these crimes are occurring in Democrat controlled cities: New York, Chicago, Philly, Los Angeles. Yet you don't hear of an anti-Asian crime wave in Dallas or Houston, which are much less influenced by Democrat policies.


    There's tons of people talking shit about Chinese. Online you can read people all over the world blame Chinese for covid. Police the words people post online all you want. Yet they aren't going out of their way to attack Asians and put themselves in jail for it. It's those people who are already involved within criminal backgrounds that will go and attack old Asian people or women because there's nothing for them to lose or they are fine with meeting their friends in jail again.

  • Those so called "anti-asian hate" bills are just putting a band aid on the real problem, which is violent crime and those that perpetuate it. Is it any surprise that most of these crimes are occurring in Democrat controlled cities: New York, Chicago, Philly, Los Angeles. Yet you don't hear of an anti-Asian crime wave in Dallas or Houston, which are much less influenced by Democrat policies.


    There's tons of people talking shit about Chinese. Online you can read people all over the world blame Chinese for covid. Police the words people post online all you want. Yet they aren't going out of their way to attack Asians and put themselves in jail for it. It's those people who are already involved within criminal backgrounds that will go and attack old Asian people or women because there's nothing for them to lose or they are fine with meeting their friends in jail again.

    Please, do some research instead of spreading lies on this forum.


    https://www.wfaa.com/article/n…c4-4434-8be3-71fca2eb8a3e


    https://www.usnews.com/news/be…-to-hate-crime-indictment


    https://www.washingtonpost.com…-texas-antiasian-remarks/

  • Those so called "anti-asian hate" bills are just putting a band aid on the real problem, which is violent crime and those that perpetuate it. Is it any surprise that most of these crimes are occurring in Democrat controlled cities: New York, Chicago, Philly, Los Angeles. Yet you don't hear of an anti-Asian crime wave in Dallas or Houston, which are much less influenced by Democrat policies.


    There's tons of people talking shit about Chinese. Online you can read people all over the world blame Chinese for covid. Police words people post online all you want. Yet they aren't going out of their way to attack Asians and put themselves in jail for it. It's those people who are already involved within criminal backgrounds that will go and attack old Asian people or women because there's nothing for them to lose or they are fine with meeting their friends in jail again.

    I agree that this is a Band-Aid solution, I hear you completely, that isn't my point. But really, aside from that, there is not much the Government can do. These things are ALREADY illegal, but the people committing these offences have no regard for that. The next step (after making something a crime), is educating people, but again, the people committing these offences have no interested in being "re-educated" at their age, educating a population on awareness takes generations, even after the Civil Rights Movement, it took the next generation of better informed Americans to substantially reduce Anti-Black racism.


    The fact that the cities are Democrat controlled, has no bearing. The real impact comes from the fact that the cities you picked, have considerably higher Asian American populations. Of course there will be "less" Anti-Asian hate in Dallas, Houston*, because only 50,000 Asians live there, compared to 1.2 million in New York, or 465,000 in Los Angeles. Also, hearing about it less, doesn't mean it isn't happening.


    Asians living in regions like Texas, are less likely to report offences committed against them, for fear of being ignored by the Police, according to the AAPI Covid-19 Project. This rate has surged since Ted Cruz publicly said that he would oppose any bill making racism against Asians illegal. Stop AAPI Hate reported that there were 103 Anti-Asian incidents in Texas in 2020. This is higher than in New York.


    Overall, I find that the poll is just flawed. Aside from a small sample size, 3% either way in every option, could mean the title actually reads "37% Asians say blacks are responsible, and 40% for Democrats". That's how flawed this poll could be. And not giving any location, means they could be asking Asians that live in areas with high black populations, conveniently like the cities you mentioned, meaning that OF COURSE, they are more likely to encounter racism from black Americans, there is just a higher proportion of Black Americans living there. The fact that they even included a race as an option to "blame" for Anti-Asian hate, as opposed to an institution, says everything that needs to be said about the poll, though.


    * I put less in quotations because proportionally, it isn't actually less, it just looks like less because of the smaller population.

  • I’m talking about violent physical attacks that lead to serious injury or death, not just people talking shit or writing racist graffiti


    https://www.nytimes.com/intera…s/anti-asian-attacks.html

  • I’m talking about violent physical attacks that lead to serious injury or death, not just people talking shit or writing racist graffiti


    https://www.nytimes.com/intera…s/anti-asian-attacks.html

    "In Dallas, a Dallas Stars employee was fired for writing a message on the Nextdoor app that promoted violence against Chinese people. In Midland, an Asian American family was stabbed at a Sam's Club. It left a father and his two sons hospitalized. The FBI confirmed it was a hate crime, saying the suspect thought the family was Chinese, infecting people with coronavirus."


    And stop trying to turn this into a competition of which US state has more hate crimes. You know damn well that cases are possibly going underreported, even stated in the article you've just linked.

  • "In Dallas, a Dallas Stars employee was fired for writing a message on the Nextdoor app that promoted violence against Chinese people. In Midland, an Asian American family was stabbed at a Sam's Club. It left a father and his two sons hospitalized. The FBI confirmed it was a hate crime, saying the suspect thought the family was Chinese, infecting people with coronavirus."


    And stop trying to turn this into a competition of which US state has more hate crimes. You know damn well that cases are possibly going underreported, even stated in the article you've just linked.

    Never said violent crimes against Asians don’t exist in Texas. It’s just not a constant thing as you see in Democrat cities.

  • Never said violent crimes against Asians don’t exist in Texas. It’s just not a constant thing as you see in Democrat cities.

    THEY COULD BE UNDERREPORTED WHICH IS STATED BY THE NYT ARTICLE YOU LINKED, STOP TRYING TO TURN THIS INTO A COMPETITION, YOU WEIRDO. 2x

  • Apart from that also being statistically not true.

    Where are those statistics? We all know anti-Asian crimes increased dramatically overall but they exploded on liberal coastal cities. Also I don't mean to make this a competition, as the other person implied. But rather try to point out that Democrat policies that make it easier for criminals to return to the streets are a driver to the increased violent crime Asians are facing. And judging from the perpetrators of these anti-Asian crimes it more often involves ex-cons.


    https://www.winknews.com/2021/…rts-in-some-major-cities/

  • Where are those statistics? We all know anti-Asian crimes increased dramatically overall but they exploded on liberal coastal cities. Also I don't mean to make this a competition, as the other person implied. But rather try to point out that Democrat policies that make it easier for criminals to return to the streets are a driver to the increased violent crime Asians are facing. And judging from the perpetrators of these anti-Asian crimes it more often involves ex-cons.


    https://www.winknews.com/2021/…rts-in-some-major-cities/

    Even the NYT article you shared, which of course, also notes underreported cases, has Dallas as the 6th highest city for Anti-Asian violence, despite having one of the smallest Asian American populations of American cities.

  • Even the NYT article you shared, which of course, also notes underreported cases, has Dallas as the 6th highest city for Anti-Asian violence, despite having one of the smallest Asian American populations of American cities.

    idk if you're familiar with this user but he's a known troll who uses these kinds of issues to further his own narrative, which is usually pro-right wing politics. I'd stop trying to make him understand your point since it'll never happen. He's a clown who uses racial issues for clicks and hit threads

  • Even the NYT article you shared, which of course, also notes underreported cases, has Dallas as the 6th highest city for Anti-Asian violence, despite having one of the smallest Asian American populations of American cities.

    Don't waste your time discussing with him. It's worthless. <3

  • idk if you're familiar with this user but he's a known troll who uses these kinds of issues to further his own narrative, which is usually pro-right wing politics. I'd stop trying to make him understand your point since it'll never happen. He's a clown who uses racial issues for clicks and hit threads


    Don't waste your time discussing with him. It's worthless. <3

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    Always happy to try and educate some peoples ~


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  • Even the NYT article you shared, which of course, also notes underreported cases, has Dallas as the 6th highest city for Anti-Asian violence, despite having one of the smallest Asian American populations of American cities.

    Nobody is saying Texas is a safe haven, but there's a general trend. Compare liberal Boston to Houston, even with less Asians there were more attacks against them there.


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