Data shows that American left-wing white people are the only group who view their own race negatively. pic.twitter.com/Y9uLP7pTMj— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) November 25, 2019
This didn't surprise me, but I wanted to know the source.
It turns out that it's from America’s White Saviors | White liberals are leading a ‘woke’ revolution that is transforming American politics and making Democrats increasingly uneasy with Jewish political power, by Zach Goldberg, TabletMag, June 5, 2019.
TabletMag describes itself as "a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture" and the point about Jewish political power is that most Jews in America are white, but people like Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib are "of color".
Here's what Goldberg has to say about this phenomenon:
As the graph above shows, white liberals—especially the self-identified “very liberal”—are significantly more likely to report intense or extremely frequent feelings of tenderheartedness, protectiveness, and sensitivity when considering the circumstances of racial and ethnic out-group members. A related graph below displays the average differences in feelings of warmth (measured along a 0-100 scale) toward whites vs. nonwhites (i.e., Asians, Hispanics, and blacks) across different subgroups.
Remarkably, white liberals were the only subgroup exhibiting a pro-outgroup bias—meaning white liberals were more favorable toward nonwhites and are the only group to show this preference for group other than their own. Indeed, on average, white liberals rated ethnic and racial minority groups 13 points (or half a standard deviation) warmer than whites. As is depicted in the graph below, this disparity in feelings of warmth toward ingroup vs. outgroup is even more pronounced among whites who consider themselves “very liberal” where it widens to just under 20 points. Notably, while white liberals have consistently evinced weaker pro-ingroup biases than conservatives across time, the emergence and growth of a pro-outgroup bias is actually a very recent, and unprecedented, phenomenon.