Many Japanese-Americans and Japanese in the U.S. are disappointed by Donald Trump's election to the presidency and fear America will become less tolerant of ethnic minorities, according to a survey by The Japan Times.

The survey, conducted mostly by email, found that many people were concerned about the class and discrimination issues brought up during the divisive U.S. campaign.

Wrentaro Howell, a Japanese-American college student who lives in Atlanta, is worried the United States will become less culturally diverse.