Ethnic Minority

Ethnic Minorities are a voter group in Democracy 3.

The ethnic minority group consists of everyone who is not part of the majority ethnic group of a country. They may be (or be born to) immigrants.


Ethnic minorities are sensitive to race relations. They favor high amounts of Foreign Aid and the passing of a Race Discrimination Act while opposing strict Border Controls and the use of Citizenship Tests.


By default, most countries consist of about 30% ethnic minorities.

Other VotersEdit

Ethnic minorities get along well with liberals and - to a lesser extent - socialists, but sometimes upset conservatives. Ethnic minorities stand in direct opposition to patriots and are 20% less likely to become patriotic because of it.

Pressure GroupsEdit

Unsatisfied ethnic minorities (especially poor ones) may join Equality Now!. From there, they may turn to extremism and join the Black Power Group.