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Not surprisingly, support for interracial marriage is much higher among younger people under 30 and less idealistic among people over 65 years old.As the poll demonstrated the following approval rates: National adults 87% 18-29 year olds 96% 30-49 year olds 93% 50-64 year olds 84% 65 years and older 70% Younger Americans have grown up in an environment where they have been immersed with multi-cultural images from sports, to television, to music, to gender to literature.People with such attitudes often tend to be more socially flexible in their social habits and values. While Census data indicates that interracial marriage is still relatively rare, from 167,000 in 1980 to 558,000 in 2010, what can be inferred from these findings is that such results are a revelatory indicator of the general transformative attitudes of Americans from all walks of life on a number of issues in regards to racial maters, including marriage across the color line.This group is for black people who want to choose a polygynous marriage.In 1958 just 4 percent of White Americans ratified their support for interracial marriage.
Most (not all) of these individuals grew up with the notion that segregation was normal, justifiable and the appropriate way for Americans to live their lives.
Interestingly, support for interracial marriage differed slightly by geographic region as well.
Again, it was not all that much of a surprise, (at least not to me), that the South was the most resistant given its long history of embracing segregation.
For the next several years they would file a number of legal appeals to combat such an injustice. S Supreme Court where the justices ruled in favor of the Lovings.
While the Lovings were certainly not the only interracial couple pre-mid 1960s that existed, they have become among the most symbolic due to their tenacity and determination to challenge and reign victorious against such bigoted attitudes of time period.