Posted June 12, 2018 02:22:33 The most racist country in the whole world is not the United States, nor the United Kingdom, nor Canada, nor China, nor any of the other countries listed on the Lad Bible website.
It is Australia.
The country ranked fourth on the list of the world’s most racist countries in 2017, with a score of 9.3, according to data from the World Values Survey.
In 2017, Australia scored 10.4, just ahead of Russia and North Korea, according the World Bank.
The World Values survey was launched in 2007 by the United Nations and the World Health Organization.
It asks members countries to rate their perceived racism based on a range of measures, including racism against immigrants, xenophobia and anti-Asian sentiment.
It also asks member countries to report on their progress on eliminating racism.
“It is the biggest study of racism in the United states and it’s not surprising to see that it’s a racist country,” said Paul Siegel, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and former White House adviser.
Australia is not one of the top ten countries with the most anti-Chinese sentiment, Siegel said.
“Australia’s ranking was pretty low in terms of the percentage of people who feel that way.
It was fairly low.
They’re the ones that are doing it the hardest.”
According to the 2017 report, Australia is the fifth-most ethnically diverse country in terms on how it treats immigrants and refugees.
In the same year, the country was the sixth-most xenophobic country in 2017.
Australia ranks as the second-most racist country on the World Press Freedom Index, according data from Freedom House, a nonprofit group that tracks media freedom around the world.
Australia has been at the forefront of efforts to crack down on the far-right movement, said Jorgen van Heerden, the group’s director of research.
He said Australia has enacted legislation banning hate speech, increased the number of anti-racist training courses, and is working to create a national hate crime registry.
He also said Australia is on track to be the first country in Europe to enact a law to punish hate speech.
The U.S. is the country with the worst score, at 6.3.
“That’s a pretty high score for a country that has so many problems that they can’t even keep up,” van Heetden said.