The least Multicultural societies are most often the nicest.
Not so fast, Skippy! I grew up with blacks, whites and folks from South of the Border, and my husband grew up with blacks, whites, and Lebanese and Syrians, in different areas of the great State of Mississippi. They'd been raised, as we were, to be polite. On the other hand, after we were married, we lived in an area of New Jersey that was almost solid white, and it was one of the most UN-friendly places I'd ever lived in.
It has nothing to do with race or ethnicity, it has to do with what's expected of you as you're growing up.
“The least Multicultural societies are most often the nicest.”
Sociologist Robert Putnam wrote a very interesting book about exactly that, called “Bowling Alone” ...