Hand Washing Rates by Race
Racial demographics are recorded differently all over the world. In addition, it would be disingenuous to say that African people wash their hands the least as if it's some kind of cultural observation. Many people in Africa don't have the means for regular hand washing.
- The percentage of Asian people who washed their hands in 2020 in the US was the highest at 86.2%.
- The ethnicity that washed their hands the least in the US in 2020 was 'Other' or mixed race people, at 71.9%.
- Black people in the US are the least likely to use hand sanitizer regularly, with just 65.6% using it after contact with people.
The US has gathered data about how different ethnic groups washed their hands during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Asian population was the highest at over 86%, with white people as the second highest with 80.2%. Three out of every four Hispanic people washed their hands regularly, while 72.7% of Black people did.
There are also statistics regarding the use of hand sanitizer. Every population in the US used hand sanitizer less often than they washed their hands. Again, the Asian population was highest at 79%, followed by the white population at 72%. About 68% of Hispanic people used hand sanitizer, while a little over 65% of Black people did.
You’re about to see a list of hand washing statistics. Learn what percentage of people wash their hands, as well as if men or women wash their hands more.www.getonedesk.com
Yeah fukking right..Asians sell panties in vending machines.
What's the sample size and were the handwashing habits self-reported?
This doesn't match with my personal experience at all, and the experiences of most people in the thread, so I'm sceptical about the 80% figure for white handwashing
How convenient, a cac study.
that nikka Hiphopstan purposely chose a specific article to spread some type of agenda because you got articles like this that say otherwise
Studies show that white people, men and adults between ages 18-24 are the least likely to adhere to the COVID-19 handwashing guidance to stop the spread.
higher percentages of women, older adults and Black and Hispanic people reported washing their hands after multiple situations as compared with men, young adults and white people.
This report describes handwashing behavior among U.S. adults before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Race/Ethnicity White, NH 58.0 (55.8–60.1) 71.9 (69.9–73.9) 50.6 (48.4–52.8) 68.6 (66.5–70.7) 86.9 (85.5–88.3) 86.0 (84.4–87.5) Black, NH 76.6 (71.1–82.1) 80.6 (75.5–85.8) 64.9 (58.7–71.2) 75.1 (69.7–80.4) 86.6 (81.9–91.2) 85.6 (80.9–90.4) Other, NH 69.0 (61.3–76.7) 81.2 (75.1–87.4) 61.7 (53.7–69.8) 79.0 (72.7–85.2) 84.7 (79.0–90.4) 81.5 (74.5–88.4) Hispanic or Latino 69.0 (63.7–74.4) 75.9 (71.1–80.6) 62.7 (57.1–68.3) 70.9 (65.8–76.0) 85.8 (81.6–90.0) 86.2 (82.1–90.2) Multiracial, NH 58.7 (47.7–69.8) 84.8 (76.2–93.4) 63.6 (52.9–74.3) 78.0 (69.1–87.0) 85.9 (73.0–93.2) 91.1 (84.6–97.5)
idk what race that nikka HipHopstan is, but how he came across that survey and didnt come across or try to post this^^^^ one is sus
a simple "Handwash rates among white people" will literally lead you to these articles, showing white people wash hands less likely than blscks
so dude clearly trying to spread some BS. by only posting that article
@Nicole0416_718_929_646212 arent you the CAC list watcher or something That keep track of things/posters like this?