Perceptions Worsen, One In Five Americans Blaming Some Asian-americans For The Coronavirus

According to a survey released this week by the nonprofit Leading Asian Americans United for Change (LAAUNCH), American adults in the past year believed that some Asian Americans should be part of the CCP Responsibility for the virus has risen. Anti-Asian sentiment across the United States has also grown proportionally.

In a Wednesday tweet, LAAUNCH said the 2022 STATUS Index survey report found 21 percent of U.S. adults agreed that it would be appropriate to refer to the coronavirus as the ‘Wuhan virus’ or the ‘Chinese virus,’ an increase from the percentage recorded during the 2021 survey. By 11 percentage points, sentiment toward Asian Americans is deteriorating. LAAUNCH researchers also report that attacks against Asians are associated with Asian-American xenophobia, fear, and exclusion. The perception that Asian-Americans manifest as harmful stereotypes has persisted in society since they first came to the United States.

Reports say anti-Asian attacks in the U.S. have surged since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The nonprofit Stop AAPI Hate said in a report released earlier this spring that it received more than 10,900 reports of anti-Asian hate incidents between mid-March. The people of the New Federal State of China and their compatriots love peace, and work with the people of the world to destroy the evil Chinese Communist Party, which is the root of all disasters, TAKE DOWN THE CCP.

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