Why were the VAST majority of Jeremy Kyle participants white? Watch

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Obviously a cultural thing that they think you'll get better justice and retribution or vindication on TV, and not ashamed to appear in public, whereas other cultures such as Muslim would consider it indiscrete to air your dirty linen in public.

Feel free to agree you're correct me and comment on the Afro-Caribbean, East European or any other culture . . .
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I think it's a long term unemployed thing.
People in work would lose respect and possibly their job by going on the show but if you haven't got that pressure you can actually gain respect if the rumours of what you might have done are already in your community, you can put them right in public.

Also if the celebrities you spend a lot of time watching and respecting are loud and proud it will affect the way you behave.
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Because the VAST majority of UK population is white.
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I think it's a long term unemployed thing.
I think you're talking rubbish and boarding on racism.

in 2017, just under 4% of White people were unemployed, compared with 8% of people from all other ethnic groups combined

https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures....loyment/latest
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I think you're talking rubbish and boarding on racism.

in 2017, just under 4% of White people were unemployed, compared with 8% of people from all other ethnic groups combined

https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures....loyment/latest
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I reject racism, I'm simply trying to explain the fact that the vast majority of the participants on the show were white, other groups were greatly under-represented, what's your answer?
(Original post by Reue)
I think you're talking rubbish and boarding on racism.

in 2017, just under 4% of White people were unemployed, compared with 8% of people from all other ethnic groups combined

https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures....loyment/latest
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I'm simply trying to explain the fact that the vast majority of the participants on the show were white, other groups were greatly under-represented, what's your answer?
https://www.ons.gov.uk/census/2011census
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Some people enjoyed the show, some not. What's the actual point of this thread? The skin colour of the audience?
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