Respondents who were the same race or ethnicity as their interviewer often were more likely than respondents not of that race or ethnicity to guess correctly, but still sometimes got it wrong. For example, 59% of Hispanic respondents with a Hispanic interviewer guessed correctly, while one-third guessed incorrectly and 8% said they could not make a guess, didn’t know or refused to answer. By comparison, just 23% of non-Hispanics with Hispanic interviewers guessed correctly, 58% guessed incorrectly and 18% didn’t offer a guess.
The vast majority of interviews of Hispanic respondents conducted by Hispanic interviewers …read more
Source: Pew Research
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