In every country in Europe, people are slower to associate blackness with positive words such as good or nice and faster to associate blackness with negative concepts such as bad or evil. But they are quicker to make the link between blackness and negative concepts in the Czech Republic or Lithuania than they are in Slovenia, the UK or Ireland.
In results that should surprise no one, the latest studies prove attitudes towards black people in America are far less racist than anywhere in Europe.
And also completely not surprising the lesser racist countries towards blacks in Europe are Britain, Sweden and Norway. There are also some other countries that rank well among attitudes towards blacks like Belgium, Austria and Slovenia.
When it comes to Europe the attitudes in Germany, France, Italy and Spain, are also terrible towards black people, and worse than more racially open countries like Britain or Sweden. But these attitudes are the worst in Eastern Europe.
Unfortunately, it seems as though the culture of most of Europe is to view black and colored people as inferior and second class. Its hard to deny, having even a little bit of experience, that racial attitudes in America and Britain are far superior to most of Europe.
Hopefully, these attitudes can improve everywhere. We still have a lot of work to do.