Monday, April 11, 2016

Under Obama, race relations at all-time low!

The Washington Times ^ | April 11, 2016 | Bradford Richardson 

A new poll finds that more than one-third of Americans say they worry “a great deal” about the current state of race relations in the United States, the highest number in the poll’s 15-year span.
Thirty-five percent of Americans in Monday’s Gallup survey said they are extremely worried about the state of race relations, up from 28 percent in 2015. That number is also up by more than 100 percent since 2014, when 17 percent of Americans said they were greatly worried about racial strife in America.
Although the numbers fluctuated in the teens during President Obama’s first six years in office, the first black president’s last two years have seen race relations tumble to a new low.
Heightened concerns over race relations coincide with the rise of the “Black Lives Matter” movement, which was sparked after a series of high-profile incidents in which black men were shot by white police officers.
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