A new peer-reviewed study by Danish academics published in the Annual Review of Political Science has revealed that ethnic diversity erodes social trust in communities.

The study, conducted by professors at the University of Copenhagen and Aarhus University in Denmark, looked to answer the question of whether “continued immigration and corresponding growing ethnic diversity” had a positive impact on social cohesion, unity, and togetherness.

In short, the study found that “continued immigration and corresponding growing ethnic diversity” exerts the exact opposite effect on society, meaning that it undermines and degrades social cohesion, unity, and togetherness.

Following a meta-analysis of 1,001 estimates from 87 studies from countries from the Western world, researchers found that there was indeed a “statistically significant negative relationship between ethnic diversity and social trust across all studies”.

One of the study’s main researchers, Peter Thisted Dinesen wrote: “To be clear, the overall negative relationship between residential ethnic diversity and social trust is statistically significant and holds up when conditioning on a range of potential confounders and moderators.”

“Extant studies have relatively consistently reported a significant negative relationship between neighborhood-level ethnic diversity and various forms of social trust,” the researchers mention.

Other researchers from various universities throughout the West have lauded the study.

Author of the book “It’s not the voter who is crazy” and professor of political science at the University of Amsterdam, Tom var de Meer, referred to the study as “excellent and conclusive”.

Eric Kaufmann, professor of politics at Birkbeck University of London has echoed the study’s findings, saying: “Higher diversity is significantly associated with lower trust in communities, even when controlling for deprivation.”

The study’s findings run counter to the ubiquitous narrative which is constantly repeated on globalist media platforms, at schools and universities, and by EU bureaucrats – namely that ‘Diversity is a Strength’.

6 thoughts on “Ethnic diversity erodes social trust in communities”
  1. This study is long overdue. Should be mandatory reading at all higher learning institutions. Esp. all courses in Poly-Sci. sociology. and criminology.

  2. Yes, this information is 100% true and correct. When Mexicans/Central Americans/Hispanics/Latinx were 5-10% of America’s population, there was respect, assimilation, cooperation. Today, with Hispanics/Latinx at 55% of America’s population, by their own numbers, they are openly hateful to Americans. They believe they have the “right” to take over, and they have succeeded as Americans sit about twiddling their thumbs. Learn some history, folks, and read the proclamations Mexicans wrote in the 1920’s demanding mass population transfers into the USA. Invasion by Mexicans, and now Central Americans, is the ticket, and they have already transferred tens of millions of excess people into the USA successfully. Mexicans and Central Americans have taken 99% of all affordable housing, and they hold jobs Americans are prevented from getting because employers would rather hire cheap labor they can get deported, if needed. Americans are their own worse enemies.

  3. Diverse Enclaves used to be popular, until Immigrants became acclimated to The U.S., then they would move into the General Population, BUT NOT NOW. The Muslims & Illegal Aliens Arrive in HUGE GROUPS, ready to take over an entire Section of a City & they have NO PLANS TO INTEGRATE INTO AMERICAN LIFE. DIVERSITY KILLS THE UNITY OF A NATION!

  4. I have been saying that for quite awhile that diversity and division both start with D and diversity causes division, but of course the “smart” professors and politicains say we need that, why? if they don’t assimulate you will have groups which don’t belong or think they don’t have to follow the laws of the land, kinda like the middle east countries ,,there are tribes and each have their own laws even tho its one country, just doesn’t work

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