Black History Month: Black Lives Matter

Whether the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has caused more racial tension or unity in the UK is up for debate.

On one hand, over half of people (55%) believe the Black Lives Matter activism that spread across the UK this summer has increased racial tensions.

On the other hand, a third (32%) believe the BLM movement has created unity between different ethnic communities, and half (51%) also believe fundamentally, the BLM movement fights for what is right, rising to 70% of ethnic minorities.

Our polling in partnership with the Guardian reveals how different sub-groups of society are more likely to think the BLM movement has increased divisions, while other sub-groups are more likely to feel greater unity.

Read the full report here: