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Opinions of racist nature of Black Pete in the Netherlands 2017-2018

Do you think Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) is a racist phenomenon or not?

Opinions of racist nature of Black Pete in the Netherlands 2017-2018 This statistic illustrates the answers to the following survey question: "Do you think Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) is a racist phenomenon or not?" Black Pete is the fictional aid of Sinterklaas, a local variation of Santa Claus in the Netherlands and Belgium. Due to his traditional black appearance, it has been publicly discussed in those countries whether Black Pete is a racist phenomenon. As of 2017, 85 percent of the respondents in the Netherlands did not see Black Pete as a racist phenomenon, whereas 12 percent of them do think it is a racist phenomenon. By 2018, the share of people who do not consider Black Pete racist had decreased to 80 percent.
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Do you think Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) is a racist phenomenon or not?

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This statistic illustrates the answers to the following survey question: "Do you think Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) is a racist phenomenon or not?" Black Pete is the fictional aid of Sinterklaas, a local variation of Santa Claus in the Netherlands and Belgium. Due to his traditional black appearance, it has been publicly discussed in those countries whether Black Pete is a racist phenomenon. As of 2017, 85 percent of the respondents in the Netherlands did not see Black Pete as a racist phenomenon, whereas 12 percent of them do think it is a racist phenomenon. By 2018, the share of people who do not consider Black Pete racist had decreased to 80 percent.
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