An attitude is your evaluation of some concept (e.g., person, place, thing, or idea). An explicit attitude is the kind of attitude that you deliberately think about and report. For example, you could tell someone whether or not you like math. Implicit attitudes are positive and negative evaluations that are much less accessible to our conscious awareness and/or control.
Despite making up close to 5% of the global population, the U.S. has nearly 25% of the world's prison population.
of LGBTQ Americans report postponing or avoiding medical treatment due to discrimination, including nearly 3 in 10 transgender individuals.
of Asian adults say they have feared someone might threaten or physically attack them – a greater share than other racial or ethnic groups.
of households with over 16 million children in the US are “food insecure” — meaning they can’t provide enough food for its members at some point during the year.