One in five Greenvillians say races relations are "not very good."

22% of survey respondents believe relations between African Americans and Whites are “poor” or “not very good.”

Whites rate race relations higher than African Americans, and the more affluent rate relations higher as well.

The tension between races differ depending on what race you may be. The greatest tension is not between Whites and African Americans, as one one suspect, but between Hispanic people.

Source: Greenville Forward Race Matters Survey

The greatest diversity tensions are religious and economic; not racial.

The greatest diversity tension is not racial, like would be expected, but religious and economic. The amount of tension over religion is twice as high are the tension over race.

Source: Greenville Forward Race Matters Survey

Almost all blacks believe minorities are discriminated against.

95% of blacks believe minorities are discriminated against in Greenville; twice the rate of whites. Women also believe there is more discrimination, as to people with lower incomes.

Source: Greenville Forward Race Matters Survey

The greatest discrimination seems to be with the criminal justice system and law enforcement.

White there seems to be little perceived discrimination where people live or in the schools, there remains a perceived problem in the criminal justice system and in dealings with police.

Source: Greenville Forward Race Matters Survey

Being a minority still has challenges and barriers.

Source: Greenville Forward Race Matters Survey