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What do you think of the findings?

Newsday sent 25 people house hunting with hidden cameras on Long Island in a three-year investigation that found evidence of unequal treatment by real estate agents. What do you think of the findings? Tell us below.

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Karen Silver, Iselin, NJ

Long Island real estate hasn't changed since WW2.

Kenneth W Cetin, Massapequa Park

Your response

Your first and last name, Your hometown

Bravo Newsday, I think this situation needed a spotlight put on it.

Margaret TURNER, Seaford

Things are better than I would expect, but worse than I would like.

Alex Bloom, Plainview

It’s not just the RE agents, but also the mentality of the residents of these towns.

Debbie Johnsen, Rosedale Queens

Agents are part of the problem, but they are and always have been a small part of it.

John Rowles, Rhode Island

I would hope my financial ability would be enough but as a black woman I know better.

Sophia, South Orange NJ

look at all the realtor's times wasted.

Paul Casella, Port jefferson station

What speaks volume are the facts!

Elizabeth Goldsmith, Dix Hills

This Public Study is Long Overdue.

Marylin Banks-Winter, Riverhead

I've experienced these issues first hand even as a realtor.

Tyus Gholson, Westhampton Beach

The real estate agents may not be racists they are just following the norm.

Chris Facts , Old Westbury

the racial divide... is due more to historical economic disparities...

Daniel Golini, Blue Point

Amazing piece of journalism. You did what the State of NY should have done years ago.

Ben, Suffolk Cty

It's not racist or whatever they want to call it to live among those that look like you...

Mark Russo, Riverhead

I hope that lawmakers on Long Island can begin to rectify this issue...

Nicholas Cipollo, Commack

Simply put, people need to be educated as to what is their rights...

Adolfo Nappi, Massapequa

I can't wait to read the rest of the series.

Tom Goodhue, Amityville

...this investigation rings true.

Dwane Jones, NYC

Newsday - Blame yourselves - you constantly publish school ratings.

Don Nevin, Woodbury

My family experienced this first hand in 1971!

sarah benson, Brentwood

In 1985, my (Hispanic) wife and I (non Hispanic) had similar experiences...

Alan and Renee deVries, Islip Terrace

Racism, discrimination and segregation are a part of life in America.

Charles J.Brown, Levittown

The thing about the schools is huge.

Benjamin d Faulding, Baldwin

As a realtor for 32 years, I'm not shocked at your findings.

Fran Adelson, Long Beach

Incredible work! ...this shows undeniably how subtle this discrimination is.

Ian McDermott, Smithtown

...any white middle class Long Island resident could have predicted similar results without a 3 year study.

Barry Martin, Nesconset

It’s articles like these that are the cause for the racial tensions we are seeing today.

Riley, Melville

It's more about an agent understanding you as it is a systemic racial issue.

Jason Phelps, Sound Beach

How can anyone be surprised?

Debra Handel, Shoreham