New Zealanders accepting of race, religion but not mental illness

New Zealanders accepting of race, religion but not mental illness
New Zealanders are accepting of diversity, sexuality and religion but not of mental illness.
The 2014 New Zealand General Social Survey, which surveyed 9000 people, showed just around three quarters of New Zealanders would be accepting of a neighbour with different sexual orientations, in minority groups and with different religious views but substantially fewer would be accepting of a neighbour with mental illness.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/health-wellbeing/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501238&objectid=11454988&ref=NZH_FBpage

Posted: Tuesday 26 May 2015


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