As Steve Sailer points out, Jon Krosnick, a professor at Stanford University, uses the following question to measure racist attitudes:
It’s really a matter of some people just not trying hard enough; if Blacks would only try harder, they could be just as well off as whites.
I presume that agreeing with this statement makes one racist, which makes me not a racist because I would disagree. The IQ gap between whites and blacks is such that no amount of trying harder will ever enable blacks to be as well off as whites, not in a country in which those with IQs below 100 aren’t qualified for decent career tracks.
Of course denialism of HBD is taken as a given, so the assumption is that agreement with the statement means that the respondent denies the “fact” that massive racism is preventing blacks from being as well off as whites, and such denialism of racism is considered to be racist.