World's most racist countries

Contrary to the popular belief, a recent World Value Survey reveals that world's most developed countries like the United States of America, United Kingdom are the least racist in the world. The survey says that the developing countries like India, Bangladesh, and Jordan are among the least tolerant of people belonging to another race. According to a Washington Post report, following are the top ten countries in the world which are least racially tolerant.

Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Bangladesh
A view of the southern Jordanian Red Sea resort town of Aqaba on August 6, 2008. A flash flood in southern Jordan killed an elderly man on Saturday as torrential rains and heavy snowfall swept the desert country, trapping 300 people who had to be rescued, officials said
A view of the southern Jordanian Red Sea resort town of Aqaba on August 6, 2008
A view of the southern Jordanian Red Sea resort town of Aqaba on August 6, 2008. A flash flood in southern Jordan killed an elderly man on Saturday as torrential rains and heavy snowfall swept the desert country, trapping 300 people who had to be rescued, officials said
<p>Women tourists walk past an archway at the historic Taj Mahal in Agra on November 28, 2012. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) says overall tourist arrivals are down 25 percent year-on-year, with holidaymakers opting instead to visit other Asian countries such as Malaysia and Thailand.</p>
Women tourists walk past an archway at the historic Taj Mahal in Agra on November 28, 2012

Women tourists walk past an archway at the historic Taj Mahal in Agra on November 28, 2012. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) says overall tourist arrivals are down 25 percent year-on-year, with holidaymakers opting instead to visit other Asian countries such as Malaysia and Thailand.

CAIRO, EGYPT - MAY 28: A tourist covers her head against the sun in sight of the Pyramid of Chephren on May 28, 2011 in Giza, Egypt. Protests in January and February brought an end to 30 years of autocratic rule by President Hosni Mubarak who will now face trial. Food prices have doubled and youth unemployment stands at 30%. Tourism is yet to return to pre-uprising levels. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
Life In Egypt One Hundred Days After The Resignation Of President Mubarak
CAIRO, EGYPT - MAY 28: A tourist covers her head against the sun in sight of the Pyramid of Chephren on May 28, 2011 in Giza, Egypt. Protests in January and February brought an end to 30 years of autocratic rule by President Hosni Mubarak who will now face trial. Food prices have doubled and youth unemployment stands at 30%. Tourism is yet to return to pre-uprising levels. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM - FEBRUARY 21: Construction of a new hotel is seen from above at the Saigon skydeck February 21, 2011 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The 68 floor Bitexco skyscraper is the tallest building in Vietnam, it opened in October 2010. Over the past year many luxury brands have surfaced in new shopping centers as wealthy Vietnamese spend their money for high priced cars and expensive items.Vietnam has experienced rapid growth since it made a shift to a socialist- oriented market economy, slowly integrating into the world's economy. In 2010 the GDP reached $104.6 billion. According to a forecast by the Pricewaterhouse Coopers in 2008, Vietnam may be the fastest growing of emerging economies by 2025, with a potential growth rate of almost 10% per year. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
New Wealth In Vietnam
HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM - FEBRUARY 21: Construction of a new hotel is seen from above at the Saigon skydeck February 21, 2011 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The 68 floor Bitexco skyscraper is the tallest building in Vietnam, it opened in October 2010. Over the past year many luxury brands have surfaced in new shopping centers as wealthy Vietnamese spend their money for high priced cars and expensive items.Vietnam has experienced rapid growth since it made a shift to a socialist- oriented market economy, slowly integrating into the world's economy. In 2010 the GDP reached $104.6 billion. According to a forecast by the Pricewaterhouse Coopers in 2008, Vietnam may be the fastest growing of emerging economies by 2025, with a potential growth rate of almost 10% per year. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
Indonesia
Indonesia
Indonesia

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