When it comes to religion, Americans see discrimination very differently. About two-thirds of Americans say Muslims face a lot of discrimination, but white Evangelical Christians have a different opinion. They are much more likely to say that Christians face more discrimination. In this video, Atlantic staff writer Emma Green explores how Americans' perceptions of discrimination are changing after the 2016 election. This is the latest episode of “Unpresidented,” a weekly series from The Atlantic exploring the new era of American Politics.Follow Emma Green @emmaogreenRead more Emma Green: https://www.theatlantic.com/author/em...Let us know what you think in the comments!
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