33 Ill us tr at io n g ut en ta g ha m bu rg Acceptance toward other social groups Who accepts diversity and who doesn t Acceptance comes about in the neighborhood Which aspects have the greatest influence on dealing with diversity Intergroup anxiety Rejection of other social groups Political orientation View on globalization Perceived as opportunity or danger Availability of the Internet degree of digitization Unemployment in the region Not one s own unemployment Income inequality in the region Not one s own income The people surveyed by the Diversity Barometer can be assigned to four groups Two groups are more open to diversity they are characterized for example by relatively high income higher education a left wing political stance and are predominantly women These groups are summarized as Cosmopolitans and Secular Liberals On the other hand there are two groups that tend to reject diversity They are characterized for example by higher age lower income and lower education These groups are summarized as Value Conservatives and Skeptics Disability Age Gender ReligionSexual orientation Ethnic background Low socio economic standing Positive experiences and encounters in the neighborhood are of great importance In their neighborhood most people are much more open to homosexuals welfare recipients or religious Muslims than the general attitude toward these groups would suggest 83 83 Cosmopolitans 62 Value Conservatives 51 Skeptics 70 Secular Liberals 77 73 70 69 58 44

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