The impact of intermarriage on the American society in 2011

This statistic shows the results of a 2011 survey among American adults on the increase of intermarriages, i.e. the marriage of two people from different ethnical backgrounds, and its impact on the American society. 43 percent of respondents stated that they think the increase of intermarriages has changed the American society for the better.

Would you say that an increase of intermarriages is a change for the better of for the worse in our society?

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Release date

February 2012


United States

Survey time period

September 1-15, 2011

Number of respondents

2,003 respondents

Age group

8-19 years

Method of interview

Telephone interview

Supplementary notes

According to the source, the term “intermarriage” refers to "marriages between a Hispanic and a non-Hispanic (interethnic) or marriages between non-Hispanic spouses who come from the following different racial groups (interracial): white, black, Asian, American Indian, mixed race or some other race."

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