By Sandra Rose  | 

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A new study suggests people who work from home are becoming more racist than their counterparts who still drive to work every morning.

The new study, conducted by polling company Survation, warns that people are living in a bubble and without social mixing between different cultures, religions and ethnic groups, people are more apt to become racist and intolerant to others.

In the United States, over 50% of the workforce continue to work from home amid the daily news reports of spikes in positive coronavirus tests.

44 percent of the workforce in the UK are now working from home due to strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions.