Most don’t think so, but younger, non-whites are less certain about the moral righteousness of America’s entry into World War II than older whites are. Democrats are modestly less sure than Republicans, though that’s likely accounted for entirely by non-white Democrats. This comes from a 2017 YouGov poll asking respondents if it was a mistake to send troops to fight in the second great war. “Not sure” responses, constituting 19% of the total, are excluded:
Post-war America was, save for Israel herself, the greatest place in the history of the world for Jews. Whether it will remain that way in another seventy years is an open question, but I’m doubtful. However the future majority non-white America treats white gentiles is how it will treat Ashkenazi Jews. By that point the distinction will be about as salient as the distinction between white Protestants and white Catholics is to non-whites today (or, perhaps more descriptively, between white Episcopalians and white Evangelicals today).