Source Pravda.Ru

White people see anger in Obama's facial features, study says

 

The University of Arkansas conducted a research, the results of which showed that many white people see anger in Barack Obama's facial features. The number of black people seeing the same in the face of the U.S. president is less, US News said.

The results of these works will be published in the July issue of Political Psychology. The experts interviewed more than 100 people: whites, blacks, Asians and Native Americans. They were asked to watch a video with Obama's speech at a dinner party at the White House, held in 2010. White Americans, even during moments of smiles and jokes, said that they saw anger in Obama's facial expression.

 

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