1 in 4 Asian households reported the fear of being threatened or physically attacked in recentmonths
Respondents were asked: In the past few months, was there ever a time when you feared that someone
might threaten or physically attack you or anyone living in your household because of their race or ethnicity?
Source: NPR/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health poll of 3,616 adults conducted Aug. 2-Sept. 7. Sample includes 1,726 non-Hispanic white adults, 634 Black adults, 669 Latino
adults, 388 Asian adults and 112 Native American adults.