Washington, June 10 -- One in two Indian-Americans has reported experiencing some form of discrimination in the US over the course of a 12-month period, says a study released on Wednesday.

The Indian-American Attitudes Survey (IAAS), done jointly by Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie with polling group YouGov, also found that US-born Indian-Americans are more likely to complain of discrimination than those born outside, mostly in India.

The study is based on a poll of 1,200 Indian-Americans - including citizens, green card holders and non-resident Indians - in September 2020, in the run up to the November election.

Respondents were asked, among a wide range of questions, if they had felt discrimination agai...