Trust is the glue that holds relationships together. This is true for both interpersonal and intergroup relations. The peaceful coexistence of different groups in modern democratic societies is based on intergroup trust. Intergroup tension, which can easily deteriorate trust, threatens social coherence. For this study we are trying to better understand what shapes trust, and are particularly interested in the current state of trust between White and Black Americans. Participation will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

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