Since , two questions on the NCVS obtain information on the respondent's race and Hispanic origin: 1 whether the respondent is of Hispanic origin, and 2 which race or races they identify with. Respondents who select other race are asked to specify their race. More than one race may be selected. Prior to , respondents to the NCVS were asked to identify the racial group they identified with, including white; black; American Indian, Aleut, or Eskimo; Asian or Pacific Islander; or other race.
Fact check: Misleading bar graph presents distorted interpretation of black and white murder rates
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) - Race/ethnicity
By Reuters Staff. While the graph itself is accurate, the way it is presented is misleading. According to this FBI data, of the 2, murders of black people reported in the U. Of 3, murders of white people, 2, perpetrators