Tattoos, personal grooming, weight and height among the reasons for discrimination in México according to INEGI

Friday 26 May, 2023
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Tattoos, piercings, the type of clothing or the style of hair are the reasons for discrimination in México; This is in accordance with the results of the National Survey of Discrimination 2022 (ENADIS) presented by the National Institute of Statistic and Geography (Inegi).

According to the survey, 31% of the population aged 18 and over indicated having been discriminated against because of the way they dress or personal grooming, that is, if the person has tattoos or piercings, as well as by their clothing and hairstyle. While 28% indicated being discriminated against because of her weight or height.

Other forms of discrimination that have been identified are: political opinions (25%), being a woman (24%), way of speaking (22%), age (21%), religious beliefs (20%), social class (16%), place where you live (16%) ), marital status or relationship or family situation (14%), skin tone (13%), having some disease (7%) or disability (5%), being indigenous or Afro-descendant (5%) or because of their orientation sex (3%).

The states in which the greatest discrimination is perceived are Yucatán (32%), Puebla (31%), Querétaro (30%), México City (30%) and Jalisco (28%). In contrast, the lowest percentage occurred in Campeche, Nuevo León, Nayarit, Sonora and Sinaloa.

Meanwhile, at ENADIS 2022 there was also talk about the denial of rights. 46% of the population indicated that they have been denied receiving support from social programs, such as scholarships; medical care or medication; attention or services in any government office; access to housing credit or loans; entry or stay in a commercial establishment and the rent of a place to live.

ENADIS presents the results of the applied survey of July 2021 to September 2022. The target population, that is, its interest groups, are indigenous peoples, Afro-Mexicans, people with disabilities, migrants, people of religious diversity, older adults, infants, domestic workers, adolescents and young people, and women.

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Source: Gabriela Munguía from Publimetro México on 2023-05-25 15:59:53

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