British Asians are getting treated worse especially after a terror attack, more than half of adults polled admitted to being treated with more awareness and suspicion.
A ComRes survey of more than 2,000 people for the Asian Network, said 40 per cent of Muslims and 26 per cent of Sikhs were the most likely to experience an increase in negative treatment.
In fact, more than half of British Asians (54 per cent) had ‘toned down’ their Asian identity in an attempt to ‘fit in’.
When asked about changing their behaviour to fit in around 40 per cent said they frequently ‘toned down’ their Asian identity.
Additionally, more than 70 per cent of British Asians surveyed said that Britain was a country where they can fulfil their dreams.