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Common Ground, Contested Space

A unique, in-depth insight into patterns of public thinking on ‘race’, racism and racial justice, as well as explaining what lies behind them.

Common Ground, Contested Space is richer and more reliable than traditional opinion poll data because, among other things, it is based on longform, semi-open interviews looking not only at what the public thinks, but how and why people think as they do.

This report compares and contrasts campaigner and public thinking about ‘race’, racism and racial justice. It identifies common ground and contested space between these two ‘camps’ and shows how and why these commonalities and clashes arise.

1 September 2020